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E-Mobility. State-of-art R&D centres providing Full Powertrain Solutions,
Systems and Sub Systems.

Electric Power-train capabilities

  • Modular design concept

  • Motor design & development

  • Motor Testing

  • Battery Management System
    design and development

  • Inverter design and

Products & Services

Full Powertrain Solutions

Systems & Sub Systems

Parts for Powertrain

In-house Infrastructure & Technical expertise


-Overseas State-of-the-Art Electric power-train and vehicle engineering center

  • KCTI

    Electronics Lab

Partnership & Technical Collaboration


  • Bharat Forge announced an investment of upto Rs 30 Crores for eventual stake of 45% in an EV startup, Tork Motorcycles, India’s first, premium electric motorcycle company, having seasoned Business & Technical expertise in developing 2 wheeler power-trains since 2009.

  • Tork’s strength lies in its in-house team that has designed, developed and built the complete electric motorcycle. Their knowledge in the overall EV powertrain development will help Bharat Forge gain access to technologies in personal E-mobility space.

  • T6X is powered by lithium ion batteries, engineered to travel at a top speed of 100 kmph with superior acceleration.

  • T6X travels 100 km on a single charge in all-weather condition. With its quick charge feature, the battery can be charged up-to 80% in an hour.


  • Bharat Forge Ltd. has opened a Research & Development facility in UK, in MIRA Technology Park, the UK’s leading automotive technology park and Enterprise Zone, where it will be developing components & sub-systems focused on Electric Vehicles.

  • This facility will complement the capabilities & knowledge established over the past 2 years in Kalyani Centre for Technology & Innovation (KCTI) & Kalyani Centre for Manufacturing Innovation (KCMI) in Pune focused on delivering solutions for Electric Vehicles.

  • The Electric Mobility Research and Development Centre will be able to tap into the extensive testing facilities at MIRA Technology Park as well as the pool of engineering talents in the Midlands.