All new Bajaj will begin producing electric two-wheelers in June 2022

All new Bajaj will begin producing electric two-wheelers in June 2022.



A new manufacturing facility will produce electric bikes and scooters for the local and international markets. It goes without saying that manufacturing powerhouses like China and India will play an important role in the eventual mainstreaming of electric vehicles on the global market. At the moment, several key players in the industry have partnered up with companies based either in India or China to outsource their production.


For starters, Husqvarna has partnered with Indian motorcycle giant Bajaj for its upcoming electric scooter, the Vektorr, as well as the highly anticipated E-Pilen. Despite this, Bajaj holds a huge market share in the Indian two-wheeler market, and it, too, has been investing heavily in mass producing affordable lightweight electric two-wheelers that can be sold on the local market as well as exported to neighboring Asian countries as well as Europe.


Bajaj has invested more than $40 million USD in a new production facility solely dedicated to electric vehicles in order to achieve this. A massive 500,000 square feet of land area is expected to be devoted to the factory, which will produce about half a million electric vehicles annually. Fabrication, assembly, painting, and quality assurance will be handled in the factory. On top of that, it will provide Indians with much-needed employment opportunities, especially after two challenging years, with India being particularly hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The new factory will begin operations in June 2022. The company will produce lightweight and affordable electric vehicles that will be sold in India and neighboring countries. However, the exact model that will be manufactured in the new facility has yet to be revealed, but chances are it will be based on the already available Chetak electric scooter.

All new Bajaj will begin producing electric two-wheelers in June 2022.

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