The motorbike, which is suspected to be the Husqvarna electric motorbike, was caught on spy cameras during a road test in India. The scooter is tightly covered with camouflage stickers.
The electric scooter from the Swedish manufacturer, Husqvarna Vectorr, was caught on camera in India because it uses the same base as the Bajaj Chetak.
This could be because the Husqvarna Vectorr will be produced in India by Bajaj, thanks to a collaboration between Bajaj and the KTM Group which is the parent of Husqvarna.
According Rushlane, detailed specifications have not been revealed, but from the concept prototype previously revealed by Husqvarna, the scooter will use a 4kW dynamo and a 3kWh lithium-ion battery.
The top speed of Sport mode reaches 70 kph, while Eco mode is 45 kph. The motor is capable of running as far as 95 km at a speed of 45 kph.
Not only technical specifications, the Vectorr is also likely to use a single-sided trailing link front suspension, swing arm and rear monoshock like the electric Bajaj Chetak.
In terms of features, the Vectorr is expected to use a round digital instrument console. But it will likely be equipped with more features, including a sophisticated navigation system.
In Rideapart's report, Bajaj has invested more than 40 million US dollars to build a new production facility specifically for electric vehicles, which is predicted not only for the Bajaj brand.
The plant has a land area of 500,000 square feet, and will also have a production capacity of about half a million electric vehicles per year.
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