Bajaj Auto plans to export Qute to over 16 countries across the globe
Snapshot: Qute is built for the purpose of making transportation cheap and easy. Unlike other three-wheelers, Qute is capable of doing a top-speed of 70km/hr.
The Indian Automobile manufacturer and the world’s largest manufacturer of three-wheelers, Bajaj Auto has recently announced their plans of exporting RE 60 or ‘Qute’, the Quadracycle, to the international markets. Qute will be exported to over 16 countries worldwide including nations across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe.
The Qute runs on an all new water-cooled DTSi, 4-valve engine that has a commendable fuel-efficiency of 36km/lt. Qute is built for the purpose of making transportation cheap and easy. Unlike other three-wheelers, Qute is capable of doing a top-speed of 70km/hr. As mentioned by the company, “Qute is easy to drive, compact, lightweight and has an extremely low carbon emission of 66 gm/km”.
Mr. Rakesh Sharma, President, International Business, Bajaj Auto said, “Over the years, the Bajaj RE has become a part of the social fabric in many countries. Apart from being an effective last mile transportation solution it also provides employment to millions. With Qute, we are now raising the bar and ushering in a new solution of transportation that is cleaner, safer and more comfortable. Our partners across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe are excited about the growth opportunities that Qute can bring for us.”
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