As part of an effort to get rid of the complexity of traffic in urban areas and to give the middle class an enjoyable four-wheeler in the low budget, the three-wheeler manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, announced the launch of the country's first quadricycle 'Qute' recently.
The company claims that with the help of Qute, going from one end to the other end of the city in urban traffic is going to easy. Fuel is the top in the efficiencies due to light weight petrol and CNG variants. In the petrol, the vehicle will provide an average of 35 kilometer per litre and in CNG it will provide 43 kilogram per litre. It's also easy to drive because it has got dash-mounted sequential shift gear in it.
Bajaj Auto Ltd general manager, Intracity Business Unit Rajiv Verma said that along with effective traffic solution to go from one corner to the another in the city, it will also provide employment to a lot of people in the state.
For many years Bajaj's intricacy vehicles have been a part of the country's social fabric and with the Qute we have come a step further with new eco-friendly solutions for urban traffic.
He said that most of the city traffic in the country is undergoing a crisis as cars have been designed to fix the gap between the two cities, while they are being used for transportation within the city and increasing number of cars is causing jam and pollution. To get rid of this problem we came up with country's first Quadricycle Intercity Travel.
Verma said that we have developed the capacity to build 60,000 Qute per annum in our Aurangabad plant. We export these vehicles to more than 30 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe and we have found encouraging results there. We hope that Qute will get tremendous support in Uttar Pradesh too.