Tork Motors, makers of India’s first electric motorcycles unveiled the look of their first commercial motorcycle Tork T6X . Born on the race track and indigenously built as a culmination of seven years of extensive research and development, T6X has been developed ground up as a future of mobility for the smart modern urban commuter.
Tork’s T6X is loaded with features introduced on a two-wheeler for the first time like on board navigation, storage, cloud connectivity, full digital display, quick charge and superior acceleration. It could also be connected with Tork’s app to communicate health, range, service alerts and customised riding profiles. The T6X also boasts of a range of advanced safety features like ABS, CDS, anti-theft, geo fencing and daytime running lights among others.
Tork continues to further its state-of-the-art electric motorcycle technology with their signature TIROS (Tork Intuitive Response Operating System), the intelligence that will power the T6X. Apart from analysis and compilation of data for every ride, power management, real time power consumption and range forecasts, TIROS also likes to learn how you ride.
India targets 7 million e-vehicles by 2020
The bike maker also banks on Indian government National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020. This plan aims to put 7 million electric and hybrid vehicles on Indian roads by 2020. By 2030, the government is aiming to make India a 100% EV nation. As a result of these policy initiatives, sales of electric vehicles (EV) grew by nearly 38% in the last financial year. Total EV sales for the fiscal 2015-16 stood at 22,000 units.