Every Indian must have heard few or more about the legendary stories of INS Vikrant the Iconic Sea Guard of India. This Iconic Guard, who was considered as the war hero, was sent to scrap yard in 2014. The legendary stories of the hero were expected to get faded sooner, but INS Vikrant will be back on the roads! Isn’t this hilarious to know!
This Year Bajaj Launches Its First Product “Bajaj V”.
Bajaj Auto, the manufacturer of bikes, unravels this mystery with the declaration of this year’s first Bike, the “Bajaj V”. The “Bajaj V” is the 8th Bike from Bajaj of this financial year that is launching soon in the month of March. Only a few days are left for the Auto Expo 2016 and Bajaj Auto as already stole the show with the launch of “Bajaj V” which is a 150cc Bike.
The “Bajaj V” Is Made From Scraps of INS Vikrant
The special credential of this bike a that it is made from the scraps of the first aircraft carrier of India, INS Vikrant. As Bajaj was only able to obtain few parts of the INS Vikrant metal, hence Bajaj would be manufacturing the “Bajaj V” only for 2 years at most. So the tagline, INS Vikrant on Indian Roads is certainly amazing.
The Features of “Bajaj V” That Proves Its Excellence
- “Bajaj V” has an engine powered with 149.5cc, four-strokes, Single-Cylinder, SOHC 2 Valve with Air Cooled DTS-I engine that churns maximum output of around 12bhp@7500 rpm and torque of 13NM @5500rpm in maximum which gives the brilliance in the bike’s performance.
- The Kerb weight of the new “Bajaj V” is 135.5Kg with a ground clearance of 165mm. The wheelbase of the bike is of 1315mm. The length of the bike is 2044mm; Width is 780mm, and the height is 1070mm that gives a smarter and trendy look to the bike.
- The Fuel capacity of the bike is 13litres with 1.litres capacity in reserve which is indeed large. The fuel tank is made from the invincible metal of INS Vikrant. The double cradle design of the bike gives it outstanding rigidity and strength.
- The new “Bajaj V” will be launched in 2 colors that are Ebony Black and Pearl White that gives elegant and smarter look to the rider.
- The new “Bajaj V” comes with the front forks and rear shock absorbers of 33mm diameter which is large enough in its class.
- Both the rear and front tyres of the bike are wide that offers solid grip to the bike. The premium 5 double spokes and the aluminum die cast wheel adds on to the bike’s excellence.
- The speedometer cluster with dual color LED fuel indicator, and the LED tail lamp gives the enhancing look to the bike.
- The stylish removable rear seat cowl can be detached for making space for pillion seat.
- The expectation price of the new “Bajaj V” is between Rs 60,000-70,000, but the final prices are to be announced in the dates close to the launching date in March.
So get ready to ride the INS Vikrant on Road from March onwards, pieces are limited so book as soon as possible.