Bajaj has been the pioneer of last mile city transport. It’s auto rickshaw is an Indian icon recognized around the world. With the urban landscape changing in last few years, Bajaj has once again pioneered the transformation in the way modern India will move by introducing Qute- a smart move for solving the urban problems.
Qute is a four-wheeler, yet not a car. It comes under a whole new category — the quadricycle. It is a new-age vehicle that carries the attributes of a three-wheeler as well as those of a car. It is compact, lightweight, and has a carbon footprint that is 37% lesser than the smallest car available. Like a car, it is spacious and has an enclosed body structure, giving the driver and passengers a comfortable and safe ride. Also, it has adequate space for luggage and runs at optimum restricted city speed, which provides safety for all.
Bajaj Qute, initially called the RE60, meets the European Standards and Guidelines of Quadricycle for quality and design. Its high-end technology equips it to run at a restricted speed of 70kmph, while utilising fuel as little as 1 litre for 36 km.
The price for Qute has not been decided yet, but it would be cheaper than the smallest four-wheeler and higher than the in-city three wheeled auto-rickshaws in India.
In this day and age when rapid urbanisation has led to excess congestion on city roads, Bajaj Qute is indeed a smart move: it makes city travel safer, smarter and more economical.
Qute is a four-wheeled vehicle, yet not a car. Technically the product falls under “Quadricycle category”; practically the product delivers “Best values of 3 wheeler” (compact, lightweight, fuel efficiency, less polluting) & “Best values of car” (closed space, safety, comfort of driver & passenger, availability of luggage space) combined with some of its own unique values like optimum speeds for city (hence safer) making it the Ideal solution for all the wows that exist in today’s urban world..
Bajaj Qute, initially called the RE60, meets the European Standards and Guidelines of Quadricycle for quality and design. It offers fuel efficiency of 36 km per litre with a maximum speed of 70 km per hour.
Since Rapid urbanisation has led to excess congestion on city roads, which prevents free movement of vehicles. In this scenario, to have a simpler, smarter and economical commuter was the need of the hour. Bajaj Qute has been designed in response to the changing demands of the city, which include low-cost travel, safer commute and faster last-mile public transport.