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Bajaj R60: New competition for the Tata Nano

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D he Bajaj R60 is powered by a water-cooled single-cylinder gasoline direct injection engine Driven with 200 cubic centimeters of displacement and should develop an output of just over 20 hp. That should be enough to catapult the Bajaj R60 to its top speed of 70 km /h - the lightweight small car weighs only 400 kilograms.

Bajaj R60 consumes 2.5 liters per 100 kilometers

The CO2 emissions of the little engine should be 60 grams per kilometer - consumption around 2.5 liters per 100 kilometers. The four-door, which will also be available as LPG and CNG versions, is 2.752 meters long and 1.312 meters wide and 1.650 meters high. The company specifies the turning circle as 3.5 meters.

The Bajaj R60 is available in two seat versions, as a 2 + 2-seater or as a 1 + 3-seater with a back seat. In addition to just under four passengers, 44 liters of luggage can be stowed. If you add the space under the narrow seats, there is even 95 liters of storage volume.

Bajaj R60 costs from 1,700 euros

A commercial vehicle version that can be used as a tuk tuk rickshaw was also shown at the fair. The company has not yet given any information on the price, but it is suspected that the Bajaj R60 is priced between 1,700 and 2,800 euros. This means that the Bajaj model is clearly on the line with the Tata Nano and for the title of 'cheapest car in the world'.


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