HOP OXO vs Revolt RV 400 vs Tork Kratos: Price Comparison
By Pratik Rakshit
4 mins read
06-Sep-22 03:36 PM IST
- HOP Electric launched its latest flagship, HOP OXO electric motorcycle.
- The company claims that the HOP OXO electric motorcycle has a range of 150 km.
- It rivals the Revolt RV 400 and Tork Kratos in India.
Jaipur-based start-up, HOP Electric launched its latest flagship, HOP OXO electric motorcycle in India at a starting price of Rs. 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom) for the HOP OXO and Rs. 1.40 lakh (ex-showroom) for the HOP OXO X variant. The company claims that the HOP OXO electric motorcycle has a range of 150 km from its 3.7 kWh battery pack and develops about 200 Nm of instant torque. While these figures are yet to be tested by us, the HOP OXO is the latest to join the electric motorcycle segment that pits it against the likes of the Revolt RV 400 and the Tork Kratos, both available in the Indian market.
The HOP OXO electric motorcycle has a range of 150 km.
The HOP OXO is equipped with a 72-volt architecture with a rear-wheel mounted hub motor that develops 8.3 bhp. It also receives three riding modes - Eco, Power, and Sport. While the top-spec HOP OXO X claims a top speed of 90 kmph in Turbo mode, the company says its HOP OXO electric motorcycle can do the 0-40 kmph sprint in just 4 seconds. Additionally, the charge time is not more than 4 hours from a 16-amp power socket.
HOP OXO electric motorcycle can do the 0-40 kmph sprint in just 4 seconds.
In terms of features, the HOP OXO electric motorcycle is decently loaded. It misses out on LED headlamps but instead receives halogen units. The DRLs are LED though. The typical commuter styling is evident on the HOP OXO electric motorcycle with smooth creases along the fuel tank that goes along till the rear section of the motorcycle. Offered in multiple colour schemes, the HOP OXO receives a 5-inch digital display as well that exhibits necessary information. It also comes with multi-mode re-generative braking, 4G connectivity and a mobile application that unlocks features like speed control, fencing, an anti-theft system, ride stats and more.
Revolt RV 400
We’ve already mentioned that the HOP OXO takes on the likes of the Revolt RV 400 and the Tork Kratos in the Indian market. So, starting with the Revolt RV 400, the electric street bike is available at Rs. 1.16 lakh (ex-showroom) for the two variants. The Revolt RV 400 generates 3000 W power from its motor. With both front and rear disc brakes, Revolt RV 400 comes up with combined braking system of both wheels. It is also India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle with the design on the lines of street naked motorcycles. The muscular tank and beefy tank extensions along with a fairing covers components like the motor and battery. At the rear, it uses a bolt-on sub frame with a one-piece seat. Braking is handled by a single disc with CBS. Suspension is operated via inverted forks up front and a monoshock at the rear.
The muscular tank and beefy tank extensions along with a fairing covers components like the motor and battery.
Also Read: Revolt RV 400: Top 5 Rivals
The Revolt RV 400 comes powered by a 3KWh motor which produces 6.7 bhp of power and 170 Nm of torque. The bike comes equipped with three modes- Eco, Normal and Sport while range depends on which mode the bike is being ridden in. The Sport mode propels the bike to a top speed of 85 kmph and offers a range of 90 km while the City mode offers a 120 km range it limits the speed to 65 kmph. However, if ridden in the Eco mode in which the bike can go to 45 kmph, the RV400 has a range of 156 km.
The Sport mode propels the bike to a top speed of 85 kmph and offers a range of 90 km.
The Tork Kratos, on the other hand, is an electric street bike available at a starting price of Rs. 1.22 lakh (ex-showroom) for the standard version while the Kratos R is priced at Rs. 1.37 lakh (ex-showroom). The Tork Kratos generates 4000 W power from its motor, while the electric motor on the base model makes a peak power output of 10.05 bhp and a lowly torque of 28 Nm. The R variant makes a relatively higher power output of 12.06 bhp and peak torque of 38 Nm. The 0-40 kmph acceleration time for the base model is 4 seconds while its maximum speed is rated at 100 kmph.
Tork Kratos R variant makes a relatively higher power output of 12.06 bhp and peak torque of 38 Nm.
Also Read: Tork Kratos R First Ride Review
The R variant boasts a top speed of 105 kmph and a 0-40 kmph acceleration time of 3.5 seconds. The lithium-ion battery pack on both variants claims to deliver Indian Driving Cycle range of 180 km, while the company claims a real-life range of 120 km per charge for both versions. Tork Motors claims 0-80 per cent charge in one hour.
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