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India’s Bajaj Qute Featured In A Hollywood Film

Bajaj Qute In Hollywood

The Bajaj Qute is a lovely quadricycle that first appeared on the Indian market some time ago. While the Qute did not gain the acclaim it deserved, it is currently featured in the teaser for the upcoming Hollywood film The Lost City. The Bajaj Qute is seen traversing a jungle and, thanks to its tiny proportions, performs admirably. In the trailer, it’s also shown tumbling off a cliff!

The Cast

India's Bajaj Qute Featured In A Hollywood Film

Sandra Bullock portrays Loretta Sage in the trailer, while Channing Tatum portrays Alan. In addition to the impressive star cast, the film also features Daniel Radcliffe as the villain! Brad Pitt will also appear in the picture, which will add to the enthusiasm of moviegoers all over the world. Seth Gordon, the man behind films like Identity Thief, Horrible Bosses, and Baywatch, wrote The Lost City, which is set to hit theatres in March of this year.

About Bajaj Qute

The Bajaj Qute’s width, length, and wheelbase are all just 1,312 mm, 2,752 mm, and 1,925 mm, respectively. It can seat four persons and is a convenient solution for regular trips and domestic chores. It’s been designed specifically for city use. Because of its compact size, it can be taken practically anywhere and parked in tight spaces without difficulty. The front and rear overhangs are shorter, and the Qute has a tall-boy, car-like appearance. The bumpers are black with a large glass zone for a more open interior. However, there is no air conditioning. The Qute is powered by a rear-mounted single cylinder 216.6 cc four stroke liquid cooled engine that produces 13 BHP and 18.9 Nm. The engine has a top speed of 70 kilometres per hour and is mated to a five-speed manual transmission system.

The Bajaj Qute also comes with a CNG engine that produces 10.83 BHP and 16.1 Nm of maximum torque, with a fuel efficiency of 45 km/kg. It also gets 35 kmpl on gasoline. According to Bajaj Auto, the Bajaj Qute’s maintenance costs are only Rs. 1 per kilometre. The Qute can be used for both business and personal purposes. It costs around INR 2.63-2.83 lakh in various varieties and is a good choice for individuals who need a second vehicle for fast home tasks, commutes, and so on.

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