Spied – Interiors of the Bajaj RE60

Posted on: Nov 18, 2013 - 12:05pm IST

The Bajaj RE60 continues to test in and around Maharashtra. These latest spyshots revealing the interiors of the quadricycle come courtesy of Gaadi.com.

The simple two-spoke steering wheel gets an RE logo in its center and we can also notice a stalk for controlling the wiper on the left-hand side of the steering. The instrument cluster and the gearlever are mounted on the dashboard. The dashboard also receives two lockable gloveboxes on either side.

Bajaj RE60 interiors

The RE60 is powered by a 200cc DTS-i engine, though the power and torque outputs remain unknown. Bajaj says that the quadricycle weighs 450kg and has a fuel efficiency of 35+ km/l. The top-speed is rated at 70km/h while the carbon dioxide emissions are rated at 60g/km.

The Indian government needs to create a separate segment for quadricycles, and from the information that is available, quadricycles will be restricted to commercial use only, such as carrying goods and people on ‘non-highway’ stretches of cities and villages.

Bajaj RE60 front
The RE60 was unveiled at the 2012 Auto Expo.

Check out previous spyshots of the Bajaj RE60

Given that Bajaj unveiled the RE60 at the 2012 Auto Expo, we expect the company to make an announcement about the market launch at the 2014 Auto Expo which is scheduled to take place in early February.

Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for further updates on the RE60.

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5 thoughts on “Spied – Interiors of the Bajaj RE60

  1. Dmitry says:


  2. Rajesh says:

    I think some final engineering projects will have better ‘outputs’. Sorry for being very cynical here. Why…seriously Why? Are we (customers) not worth getting something ‘classy’ from our beloved (read indian bred) automobile cos.? Why is the automotive community here not even making an effort to make these manufacturers realize this? C’mon, its year 2014 almost and not 1974 🙁 The nano though still not upto the mark looks far better…no offense to Bajaj, again. Its actually an emotional pain after seeing some very good products (read Pulsars) from them.
    Cut this crap and give us good products that are not ‘cheesy’.

    1. Abhishek says:


      I guess the focussed customer base for RE 60 is not the regular population, RE60 is a quadricycle not a Car, So considering the fact that it is intended to ferry people. the utilitarian interiors work well.

      Though I’m not sure abt the fact how they are going squeeze two full grown adults in the back seat of RE60 as it looks really narrow.

  3. sandy says:

    Bajaj should have introduced 4 wheeled fully covered Pulsar, like Renault Twizy to catch eyes and get into their pulse rather then this.

    1. MaN says:

      True, they should have tried instead of this very cheap looking, local garage made stuff. Even they could have been tried to make a Nissan bladeglider which is a three seater with KTM’s help who built the X bow R……


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