Heritage - TORK T6X

ABOUT US

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Tork Motorcycles was founded in 2009, by a group of young graduates who dreamt to work on a zero emissions vehicle that could perform on par with petrol machines.
Kapil Shelke (Founder & CEO) helmed a team who successfully crafted their first electric motorcycle and raced it against the best in the world at the prestigious IOM event. TORK Motorcycles was established with a clear vision of designing and developing performance electric motorcycles. In the past decade, Tork has indigenously developed multiple electric motorcycles that have powered racers to podium finishes at the IOM TT and TTXGP,UK.

Driven by such strong credentials and proven expertise, Tork is now poised to break into the Indian Urban Commuter segment, with an offering that is unmatched - both in performance and economy. TORK is committed to disrupting electric mobility and set standards for innovative and technologically advanced, eco-friendly mobility at affordable prices

SNIPPETS

  • “An all Indian Team entry in 2010 TTXGP, Tork India, won the opening race defeating some of the biggest names in the electric bike racing industry.”

    — Zigwheels

  • “The Motorcycle will solve rider pain points with several value added features like GPS, cloud connectivity and phone charging, making it the first smart motorcycle in India.”

    — Economic Times

  • “Going electric is inevitable. Indian start-up Tork Motorcycles wants to spur things along in the meat of the market.”

    — Autocar India

  • “The T4X feels frighteningly quick off the line. Open the throttle, even gently, and with the distinctive whooshing whine of an electric motor, the motorcycle surges strongly forward.”

    — Overdrive

  • “The T6X uses a trellis frame, like the one on Ducatis, on to which the battery box is hung. Shelke also got an in-house styling team in place to not only make the T6X look desirable but also form a cohesive design language for the years to come.”

    — Live Mint

  • “This electric motorcycle will teach India that Tork matters.”

    — Autoblog

  • “Tork T6X – Going electric never looked this good.”

    — Hindu Business Line

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