Bajaj-ktm teaming up to launch new electric scooters: Coming soon in India
Bajaj Auto&KTM is said to be rolling out a number of electric products in its portfolio.These are also said to include electric cars, mopeds and e-bikes.
According to MoneyControl, the new product will be manufactured locally in India and will begin production at Chakan plant in Pune, Bajaj, by 2022.New products, including electric cars, are expected to be sold in India and exported to the international market.
All of the aforementioned new products of the Bajaj-KTM partnership will have the same platform.The development of the electric two-wheeled vehicle (PTW) was started by Pierer Mobility Group (earlier KTM Industries) and Bajaj Auto.The project focuses on developing electric vehicles with power between 3kW and 10kW.
The partnership between Bajaj and KTM began in 2007.Since then, both companies have launched a number of products in India's electric motorcycle sector.Bajaj Pulsar 200NS is the first product of the partnership.The motorcycle has a borrowed engine from the KTM Duke 200.
Currently, the partnership between Bajaj-KTM allows the Austrian brand to move the entire production of the Husqvarna model to Pune.The partnership also allows Bajaj to export its recently launched Chetak Electric to the European market through KTM.
In addition to the low-pressure range of scooters and mopeds, the partnership between the two companies is also said to be developing high-powered electric scooters.KTM already has two mass-produced electric scooters in Europe;KTM SX-E5 and Husqvarna EE 5.
Bajaj, on the other hand, launched its Chetak electric scooter in India.The Bajaj Chetak motor is powered by a 4kW motor paired with a 3kWh lithium-ion battery.The motorcycle has a maximum range of 95 kilometers and a top speed of 65 kilometers per hour.
Thinking about The Bajaj-KTM Electric Scooter in India The Bajaj-KTM electric product portfolio has been in use for a long time.KTM is evaluating all the factors for launching its electrical products in India.However, no timetable has been set for introducing the new product to the Indian market.