Isle of Man TTXGP

Podium finish (3rd place)

Kapil the founder and present CEO of Tork Motors was very passionate about cars and motorcycles right from his childhood. He was fond of collecting electric remote-controlled cars and used to break them and fix them using pet kits available out in the market those days. It was in his college days where he saw a video on races that happen in "The Isle of Man" which drove him down to build an electric motorcycle which could be raced over there.

With a handful of engineers and one man's vision to build an electric motorcycle which could race & win on one of the most dangerous racing tracks in the world, Tork Motors redefined India's Electric future by competing in the 2009 Isle of Man Electric GP and bagging a podium position with the "T1X"


Podium finish (1st place)

With a racing DNA and learnings from past races, the passion to race an electric motorcycle was never subdued. It was the TTXGP, that started the culture of the first zero-carbon, clean-emission track race, to take place at the Isle of Man TT. The "T2X" built by Tork Motors marked history by winning the maximum number of races in the TTXGP

To compete, Tork built an improved racing motorcycle the "T2X". This motorcycle marked the history of winning maximum races in the TTXGP.

Production Manager

At Agni Motors

Seeing the potential in electric motorcycles built by Tork Motors, the team at Agni Motors offered Kapil the position of Production Manager on the electric powertrain production line.


For Zongshen Racing (AO's Motorsports)

Kapil still wanted to build a racing electric motorcycle, which was not possible at Agni Motors. During this time, Zongshen Racing, the Chinese manufacturer, offered Kapil to build electric racing motorcycles for their European races. All the motorcycles built by the team found their place at the winning spots. Building the Tork T4X & T5X ended up as a brilliant move to cement the Tork electric motorcycling era on the global map.

T6X Concept Unveiled

Funding from Bhavish Aggarwal & Ankit Bhati

Kapil still wanted to build motorcycles that could be efficient, stylish & smart for the electric 2-wheeler market. With the funding received from Bhavish Aggarwal & Ankit Bhati, Tork Motors finally unveiled the concept model staged as "T6X" at the Auto Expo 2016, India