Bajaj Launches the Spirit of INS Vikrant as Bajaj V

The Indian giant Bajaj Auto has launched the spirit of India's hero INS Vikrant by introducing its all-new motorcycle, called Bajaj V in New Delhi. Recently, the firm has also released a teaser video of bike on Republic day. The motorcycle is made by the scrap metal of first aircraft carrier of the nation, INS Vikrant that had played an important role in the victory of the 1971 India-Pak war.

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bajaj v in white

In terms of design, the Bajaj V comes with a cafe-racer inspired styling, a pumped-up fuel tank and alloy wheels. It is also featured with INS Vikrant logo. Other noteworthy features are 60w headlamp, thunderous exhaust, wide and large tyres, large disc brake and premium instrument panel with color changing LED. Moreover, it gives a stunning look as it is featured with bold masculine graphics. The entry level bike gives a dynamic balancing power as it is loaded with 5 double spoke aluminium cast suspensions at front end and adjustable gas reservoir swing arm at rear side. The braking duties are managed by the 240 mm disc brake at front side and a 130mm drum brake at rear end. Its fuel tank has 13-litres fuel capacity with 1.3-litres reserve.

bajaj v front side

Now, talking about the powering of the bike, the Bajaj V borrows its single-cylinder and 150cc powerplant from the Bajaj Discover. It is powered by a 149cc four-stroke and DTS-i engine, which delivers 12 BHP @ 7500 RPM and 13 NM torque at 5500 RPM. Moreover, the mill is coupled to a five speed transmission.

bajaj v

The company has not announced the prices yet but the all-new motorcycle, Bajaj V will be sold at a price tag of around INR 60k to 70K. It comes with two paint schemes as Ebony Black and Pearl White. It is the first launching form the company in the country of this calender year, the Bajaj Valor 125 will be brought later. Moreover, the firm has set a initial production capacity of the V to produce 2000 units every month.

See the video of Bajaj V