Bajaj Auto Ltd launched its first-ever four-wheeled vehicle, saying the RE60 would target commercial users and three-wheeled vehicle owners in India, and that production could involve Nissan and Renault. The company claims that the car would have a mileage of close to 40 km per litre and will have a 200 cc engine with price 1.25 lacks.
The unveiling of the four-seater RE60 ended months of rumours that have buzzed around India’s auto industry on the nature of the vehicle, which promises low carbon emissions and fuel efficiency, the company said in a much-anticipated launch.
The vehicle resembles an over-sized hatchback with an elevated roof .
Bajaj is India’s second-largest two-wheeled vehicle maker, and is the world’s leader in the three-wheeled vehicle segment, which includes the popular rickshaw taxis used across Asia’s third-largest economy.
France’s Renault SA and Japan’s Nissan Motor Co, who worked with Bajaj on developing what was slated to be an ultra low-cost mini car.Let us see what will be the response from the customers in India towards this car.