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Mystery Bajaj Scooter Spied Testing; Could This Be An E-scooter?

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  • May 23, 2019
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The test mule appears to be sporting a retro design and top-shelf features

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  • The fully camouflaged test mule reveals very little info about the upcoming scooter.
  • Likely to sport a retro design, a digital instrument console, LED taillamps, and more.
  • Likely to be called the Urbanite, the scooter is could arrive at showrooms by late-2019.
Mystery Bajaj Scooter Spied Testing; Could This Be An E-scooter?

Earlier this year, India’s fourth largest two-wheeler manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, had confirmed that it will re-enter the scooter segment soon. Now, it seems like the homegrown manufacturer is on track as it was spotted testing a mystery scooter on the outskirts of Pune. While our first guess was that it could be a petrol-powered scooter, that may not be the case. Taking a closer look at the video, we can’t seem to find an exhaust manifold. Could it mean that this it could be the highly anticipated Bajaj Urbanite e-scooter? Possibly. But there’s a lot to be uncovered about this mysterious scooter!

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Starting with the design, while the test mule was wrapped in full camouflage, a few distinctive elements could still be made out. For example, the overall look reminds us of the legendary Bajaj Chetak, but in a more modernized form, making it quite clear that Bajaj will be going down the retro route with its new scooter.

Mystery Bajaj Scooter Spied Testing; Could This Be An E-scooter?

The rear section looks quite bulky and could house an electric motor. The taillight appears to be an LED unit. Additionally, the scooter also seems to sport a handlebar mounted headlamp, apron mounted turn indicators, a stepped seat and alloy wheels. Look closer and you will also spot a fully-digital instrument cluster.

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 From the looks of it, the new scooter will be placed in the conventional family-oriented segment, which is currently dominated by the Honda Activa and the TVS Jupiter. But, what remains to be seen is what kind of range or power it’ll pack.

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So when can we expect to see upcoming scooter in the flesh? Hopefully, by the end of this year.

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