Tork Kratos vs Revolt RV400: spec comparison

By Aditya Jadhav | on January 31, 2022

If you’re in the market for an affordable EV, but, the variety of scooters which are on sale are not to your taste. There was only one option, the Revolt RV400 until the Tork Kratos arrived.

The Tork Kratos has made its India debut and the new all-electric motorcycle has been launched in two variants - The Kratos and the Kratos R. The key rival to the Tork Kratos is the Revol RV400 which has been on sale in India for some time now. Now, finally with another option of an affordable electric motorcycle – amongst all other scooters – calls for a spec comparison.

Revolt RV400 Red Colour Front Three Quarter

Tork has also revealed the Kratos R which is essentially a more powerful and expensive version of the standard Kratos. Thus we shall be keeping the sportier Kratos R out of the comparison for now.


The peak power of the Kratos is marginally higher, however, the continuous power output of both the electric scooters are closely matched. However, it is the newer Tork Kratos which has a slight advantage over the RV400.


Tork Kratos

Revolt RV400

Peak Power



Continuous Power






Top speed



Tork Kratos R Front Three Quarter Static 1

As these are electric motorcycles, there is an engaging amount of torque available. That said, the Revolt RV400 is the one with a 50Nm torque output, which is higher than the most sportier Tork Kratos R – The Kratos R makes 12bhp and 38Nm.

Battery capacity & Range

The Kratos gets a slightly larger battery than the Revolt RV400. This has also resulted in more (claimed) single-charge range of the Kratos compared to the RV400. Revolt claims that the RV400 can be completely charged from 0-100 per cent in 4.5 hours. The Tork Kratos also takes somewhere around the same time for a full charge.


Tork Kratos

Revolt RV400

Battery capacity



Charging time

0-100% in 4-5 hours

0-100% in 4-5 hours




Revolt RV400 Side Profile Static Shot

Cycle parts

There isn’t much to discuss the components as both the motorcycles are kitted out in a similar manner. Both the Kratos and the RV400 get 17-inch wheels and both the bikes use a disc brake set on with end. The Revoll RV400 gets up-side down forks, whereas, the Tork Kratos gets conventional forks. The bigger battery pack of the Kratos has also contributed in the motorcycle’s kerb weight, making it substantially heavier than the RV400.

Tork Kratos Front Three Quarter Static


The Fame-II initiative and state subsidy have reduced the price of the Tork Kratos to Rs 1.02 lakh (ex-showroom). However, this price is valid only in Delhi and different cities of India offer different amounts of subsidies.

The Revolt RV400 is priced at Rs 1.29 lakh (ex-showroom) which is higher than the price of the Tork Kratos. Interestingly, the RV400 is more expensive than the Kratos R which is priced at Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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