Chetak Electric's delivery also starts the same month, demonstrating how fast Bajaj is The kick-off of the event caused a stir in the face of large numbers of visitors and the Despite the late start, Rajiv Bajaj, managing director of Bajaj Auto, began with his typical style.
He toasted some of his EV competitors, including the start-ups and the big brands that have invested in the emerging electricity companies. To make a strong impact, Bajaj revived the name Chetak, which in the good old days has brought the brand onto the map for decades.
However, the biggest selling point of the E-Scooter is its conventional appearance with a modern Li-Ion battery pack. Bajaj has also confirmed that the electrified Chetak is attractively priced under Rs. 1.5 lakh and not aggressive. It's not hard to understand why, with the electrical space in the early stages and until it reaches the mainstream audience, prices are not in a competitive range.
We assume that the price of the Bajaj Chetak Electric is about Rs. 1.25 lakh (on the way). It uses a 4 kW electric motor and has the modes Eco and Sport with a real range of 95 km and 85 km respectively. The upcoming model is also equipped with a fascinating automatic transmission, and the switchgear with different buttons explains why.
The all-digital instrument cluster is equally attractive and has a retro shape that most people will most certainly like. It's packed with features like LED headlamps and taillights, high-quality gearshift and body panels, including connector features II Scheme, and is the first true eco-friendly scooter from a mass-market manufacturer, the stakes are really high.