For seating, you get a split seat setup and that in combination with the wide, flat handlebar and the relaxed footpegs makes for a comfortable yet engaging ride. The bikes we rode were still pre-production bikes and that showed in terms of the fit and finish levels. There were a fair bit of panel gaps and things like the side stand didn’t seem like the quality that you’d expect from a production bike. The Kratos R uses a simple LCD instrument cluster that displays the basic information including speed, distance to empty, which ride mode you are in, battery charge status and temperature. The Kratos R also gets a bunch of features over the standard bike, these include geofencing, find my bike, motor walk-assist (that lets you walk the bike at a slow speed in case of a puncture), ride analytics, smart charge analytics and more. The R variant also gets fast charging support which allows the user to charge the bike from 0-80 per cent in around an hour’s time with the correct charger.