Two-wheeler major Bajaj Auto, had last month re-entered the scooter segment with an electric version of its iconic Chetak brand.
Managing Director of Bajaj Auto Rajiv Bajaj addresses during the unveiling of the all-new Bajaj Chetak Electric Vehicle, in New Delhi. (Image: PTI)
Two-wheeler major Bajaj Auto, which had last month re-entered the scooter segment with an electric version of its iconic Chetak brand, is planning to share its e-scooter platform with KTM and Husqvarna.
The city-based company had discontinued the scooter business in 2005 after the segment saw a demand slump amid the growing popularity of motorcycles. The company will start deliveries of the new Chetak from January initially in Pune