Ever since the government gave a nod for commercial production of a new category of vehicles, quadricycles, Bajaj has been smiling their way and testing their RE60 for a shot at the market.
We spotted another test mule in Pune which was being driven just ahead of us on a single lane busy road. What we could not miss looking at is RE60’s rear and hence the cluster. What we observe is the attention to detail and minor cosmetic enhancements Bajaj has done on this commercial-only offering.
While the front headlamps have a grey colored outline (not showcased on this mule), the tail lamp is not plain jane with a few bulbs and compartments. Instead it has flowing and well sculpted tube-like structures on the inside. While our camera might not do justice to what we are saying, you can have a look at it when the RE60 will make its way on the roads soon. And do not miss those flashy alloy wheels.
Bajaj RE60 is not your regular car and look at it from a people mover perspective in place of those harrowingly unsafe three-wheeled rickshaws and this will start making sense to you. It will be powered by Bajaj’s 200cc DTSi petrol engine which will be capable enough to pull this 450 kg quadracycle to a top speed of 70kmph.
Claimed fuel efficiency of 35+ kmpl and a short turning radius of 3.5 meters enhance the practicality aspect. Bajaj RE60 will be launched sooner in the Indian market is what we hear.
Also check out Interior spyshots of RE60