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Feast Your Eyes On Bajaj’s First Electric Scooter In 15 Detailed Images!


Bajaj's slick new EV is a far cry from its predecessor from decades ago. Don't believe us? Here's proof!

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Bajaj has turned a new chapter in its book with the unveiling of the Chetak electric scooter. It is expected to be competitively priced, probably around the Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom) mark in our opinion. The scooter will be introduced in Pune first, followed by Bengaluru, and deliveries will commence from January. Here are all the intricacies of the Chetak electric scooter in detailed images.  

The overall design language of the scooter is quite curvaceous, with a neo-retro theme carrying the genes of the legendary Chetak.

There are smooth, flowing panels all over and the steel bodywork further enhances its premium quotient.

The scooter packs a full-LCD instrument cluster. Apart from the speed, time and tell-tale lights, the cluster also shows the range and battery level.

Bajaj has chosen to offer button switches that look pretty unique. Note the Harley-esque separate buttons for the left and right indicators.

The right switchgear houses the Mode and Reverse buttons along with the right turn indicator, Drive and horn buttons. Yes, the scooter has a reverse function to help you out of tight parking spots.

The rearview mirror design looks pretty funky and goes well with the overall theme of the scooter. Also, the ‘C’ badging ups the premium factor.

The scooter packs a full-LED headlamp. The ‘C’ logo in the centre stands for ‘Chetak’.

The indicators look quite sleek and gels well with the apron. It gets LED lighting too.

Overall build quality reeks of premiumness. The front storage box has the charging port.

That’s the lock/ motor kill switch. The electric scooter comes with keyless ignition for added convenience.

The logo on the front of the seat neatly doubles up as a retractable hook to secure small knick-knacks. We couldn’t take a picture of the underseat storage but we were told it has a 19-litre capacity. The battery is also housed in here.

The Chetak electric scooter rolls on 90/90 MRF Zapper tubeless tyres wrapped on 12-inch wheels at both ends.

The front end comes with a disc brake and a single-sided Vespa-like trailing link suspension.

The retractable pillion footboard’s shape is similar to the one in the older Chetak. Nice throwback!

The Chetak electric scooter is powered by a 4kW motor. It offers a real-world range of 95km in Eco mode and 85km in Sport mode. ARAI-certified range is expected to be higher.

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  • Fingerprints | 3 weeks ago Don't be too excited. This is not the 'Chetak' of Mr. Rahul Bajaj, its from the stables of the makers of "Saffire" and "Dominar". Need to wait and watch. 0 Reply
    Hitler | 3 weeks ago Does it have a battery swapping option too 0 Reply
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