Banglahunt Desk – Bajaj is thinking of furthering the ride-sharing industry with electric two wheels. Bajaj said a few days ago, they were working to make electric scooters down to Rs. The co-founder and CEO of Uluru – Amit Gupta says electric scooters will cost between Rs 30,000 and Rs 35,000.
Yulu is trying to buy at least 100,000 electric two-wheelers from Bajaj later this year. Currently the count in metropolitan Indian cities, including Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, is less than just 4000 electric scooters.
In an interview, he said, "We're spending about $ 600 per bike. We make them in China and combine them in India. With Bajaj Auto coming on board, we can reduce the price to $ 500 in the long run in the medium. We can bring it down to Rs. "
Besides, the scooter 'Chetak', which was responding to the 'Hamara Bajaj' campaign in the sixties, is back in the market. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Amitabh Kant, CEO of the Policy Commission were present at the inauguration.
Bajaj's consciousness means a nostalgia for the middle class. Hamra Bajaj was one of the family members of the middle class. Not being able to compete with reputable bikes or scooters, Chetak lost in the Indian market. Now, after 3 years, Bajaj Chetak is coming to the middle class in a new way.
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