Bajaj ready to showcase its commercial vehicle range at the Auto Expo

Thursday 08 December 2011, 18:35 PM by

Bajaj Auto is gearing up to unwrap its line-up of commercial vehicles, along with an advanced ultra frugal small car, for which it is playing the role of a contract manufacturer. The vehicles will be conjured at the upcoming heat of 2012 Indian Auto Expo. However Bajaj’s highly fascinating new motorcycles to the likes of the KTM Duke 200 and lately manifested Pulsar range will not be a part of the mega auto show.

In the face of it, the company does not wish to lose on the exclusivity of these motorcycles. These bikes are the result of a know-how and thinking that is beyond the conventional methods of producing Indian motorcycles.

The 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo is likely to welcome a new range of Bajaj commercial vehicles; a number of which are boasted by the power of electricity and CNG. Experts and enthusiasts are expecting to have access to Bajaj’s gas direct injection (GDI) technology, as a part of display, which was first used in the Bajaj RE auto-rickshaw. The technology stands apart by revamping the two stroke engines completely, as it offers a host of advantages in terms of power, minimum fuel consumption and controlled emissions.

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The success of the aggressively priced small car project, which is also a part of announcements made by Renault, Nissan and Bajaj following the revelation of Tata Nano, relies heavily upon Renault and Nissan's approval. Bajaj will involve itself in the manufacturing of this car through a contract with Renault and Nissan, and will be assigned with the responsibility of disseminating this car in India.

Bajaj is quite confident regarding the success of the commercial vehicle and expects it to carve a niche in the rapidly growing mini pick up and passenger carrier segment. These two segments currently have one and only ruler, the home grown car maker Tata Motors.

Thus, Bajaj is aiming high with effective plans directed towards Asia's largest automobile show and expects to compete with greater aplomb and strength.