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Bajaj Officially Confirms To Launch World’s 1st CNG Motorcycle On 5th July, 2024

Environment-friendly CNG Cars and auto rickshaws have gained huge popularity in recent years worldwide. Well looking at this growth in demand for CNG vehicles, Bajaj will now be arriving with the world’s 1st CNG motorcycle for consumers.

Bajaj has today officially announced that the company will be launching the World’s 1st CNG Motorcycle on 5th July 2024 in India.

The company has not officially revealed the name of this upcoming motorbike but previous reports suggest that it could be called Bruzer. This upcoming CNG motorcycle is likely to be in the 100-125cc segment. It is said that Bajaj will equip the bike with a conventional petrol tank and a CNG cylinder below it. The bike is said to include a switch using which users can toggle between CNG and petrol. It is also expected that the company might introduce two variants for CNG motorcycles- one could be a slightly rugged trim while the other could be a more simple-looking bike. However, the readers are advised to take these expected details with a pinch of salt.

And wait for the confirmed details regarding this upcoming CNG motorcycle that will be known after the official launch on 5th July. Till then stay tuned for more latest tech updates.

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