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Bajaj Pulsar Electric Variant In The Work

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In the Indian market, interest in electric vehicles is growing. Despite a few unfortunate fires, electric two-wheelers have been widely adopted by consumers. Several automakers are working to introduce new EVs in India. Bajaj Auto is among them. According to reports, the well-known Indian company is finally expanding its EV lineup with Pulsar Electric. In addition, it intends to introduce three or four new Chetak models in India. The following is everything we know about the Bajaj Pulsar Electric and New Chetak Models:

Bajaj Pulsar Electric

The company may even release an all-electric version of the Bajaj Pulsar motorcycle. This would be a fantastic move on the part of the Indian brand. The Bajaj Pulsar is already a huge hit with Indian customers. Its electric variant would be an excellent addition to the brand’s lineup. In addition, Bajaj Auto intends to expand the Chetak range in India. Three or four new models are expected in the coming years. The Chetak EVs will also be exported, according to the company. If everything goes well, we may be able to sell Bajaj Chetak EVs in South East Asian countries.

Bajaj Could Launch Electric Pulsar, To Expand Chetak Range

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In the coming years, Bajaj Auto plans to launch a number of electric two-wheelers. It has created a new vertical called ‘Chetak Technology’ for this purpose. A second EV manufacturing plant was also inaugurated in Arkudi, Pune. In addition, the Indian manufacturer has collaborated with Yulu to develop electric two-wheelers. Unfortunately, EV manufacturers all over the world have been slowed by a semiconductor chip shortage. It may take a little longer for the new Bajaj EVs to appear on the roads.

Rakesh Sharma (Executive Director, Bajaj Auto) previously dismissed the hype surrounding EVs in the Indian market. As a result, the company’s focus remains on the ICE verticals. Because ICE vehicles are still expected to account for the majority of auto sales, Bajaj’s decision to separate its EV and ICE verticals is a wise one. The Indian government is currently pushing for the sale of electric vehicles in the country. It aims to achieve 30 percent market EV penetration.

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