@vijay i think its for commercial use only not personal use this is wat i had heard back in 2013 when it was launched.wait lemme check,aaah here it is.
The Bajaj RE60
is an inexpensive, rear-engined
, four-passenger quadricycle
built by the Indian
company Bajaj Auto
and is aimed primarily at the Indian domestic market
. The car was the first four-wheeler manufactured by Bajaj Auto, which was unveiled on 3 January 2012.
Bajaj RE60 was expected to challenge the Tata Nano
However, the RE60 is not legally classified as a car and therefore cannot be sold to individuals.
On 22 May 2013, The Central Government legally classified it as a quadricycle.
It is unable to reach speeds of 90 km/h and is therefore only allowed to be used for commercial purposes to replace Auto rickshaws
In 2010, Bajaj Auto announced the cooperation with Renault
and Nissan Motor
to develop of a US$ 2,500 car, aiming at a fuel-efficiency of 30 kilometres per litre (85 mpg-imp; 71 mpg-US) (3.3 L/100 km), or twice an average small car, and carbon dioxide emissions of 100 g/km. Bajaj Auto
first unveiled the Bajaj RE60 on 3 January 2012, at the 2012 Auto Expo
Bajaj Auto was best known for scooters and three-wheel auto-rickshaws, and is India’s second-largest two-wheeled vehicle maker and is a world leader in three-wheeled vehicles. RE60 is Bajaj’s first foray into the four-wheel market. At its unveiling, the company announced that the car had high fuel efficiency of 35 km/l (99 mpg-imp; 82 mpg-US) and low carbon dioxide emissions.
With a fare meter included in the base model’s dashboard, the firm is targeting auto-rickshaw drivers by offering a four wheeler as economical to run as a three wheeler, but safer and more comfortable.