Tata, maker of the world’s cheapest car, might want to step on the gas: Indian motorbike manufacturer Bajaj Auto now has its own compact vehicle.
Though the company didn’t specify a price when it unveiled its RE60 hatchback on Tuesday, chances are that it’ll be cheap.
For one, Bajaj — known for its two- and three-wheeled vehicles — swears that the RE60 isn’t really a car. Instead, it’s a “four-wheeler” that will probably be most popular for urban use, according to the Hindustan Times.
The vehicle will feature a 200-cc rear-mounted petrol engine and will be able to reach about 43 miles per hour, according to The Times of India. Bajaj, which already exports more than half of the 520,000 three-wheelers it makes each year, expects the RE60 to do brisk business abroad.