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Bajaj trademarks the name ‘Dynamo’, may be a new electric scooter

Maybe electric scooter or bike

It is being speculated in some reports that the Bajaj Dynamo could be an electric scooter or a bike. The name Bajaj ‘Dynamo’ is interesting because dynamo is a machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. As its name suggests, Bajaj is planning to expand its electric vehicle range and the Dynamo could be one of those new products.

At present, Bajaj’s electric vehicle lineup consists of the Chetak electric scooter, but it is the only electric two-wheeler in its lineup. However it is still unclear whether the Dynamo name is trademarked for an electric two-wheeler, an electric three-wheeler, or a newer internal combustion engine (ICE) model.

As per the information, Bajaj has not yet provided any details on the development of any new product. Also, no spy shots have surfaced in the recent past that could point to any upcoming model that might use the Dynamo name for an electric or petrol-powered vehicle.

It is expected that Bajaj may reveal some new information about it in the next few months. To strengthen its presence in the electric vehicle segment, the bike maker is currently building a new EV plant in Pune. This is the same plant where the company used to manufacture petrol powered Chetak scooters earlier. Bajaj’s new plant is being built at a cost of Rs 300 crore (approximately USD 40 million). Bajaj wants to produce 5 lakh electric vehicles per year at this plant.

Chetak’s new model will come soon

Let us tell you that Bajaj Auto is preparing to bring a new model of Chetak soon. The new Chetak will come with a wider range and more charging options than the current model. The Bajaj Chetak is powered by a 3.8kW electric motor with a 3kWh IP67 rating lithium-ion battery that is non-removable.

The scooter has two riding modes – Eco and Sport. This scooter gives a range of 95 kms in Eco mode, while 85 kms in Sport mode. Its top speed is 60 km/h. It takes 5 hours for this scooter to be fully charged from the 5 amp power socket.

Iconic retro design has been given to Bajaj Chetak. It gets LED derailleurs and headlamps, digital instrument console, USB port, alloy wheels and disc brakes. The company has also given a live tracking feature in it, with the help of which the scooter can also be tracked through the smartphone application. It also has a reverse mode.

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