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Bajaj information trademark for Blade nametag | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

Bajaj might use the Blade nametag for an upcoming electrical scooter.

Bajaj Auto has filed a trademark software for the Blade nametag. The Indian two-wheeler large utilized for the trademark again in March 2022, however it’s but to be accredited. 

‘Blade’ joins a listing of names trademarked by Bajaj which can be but for use. A number of the different names are Twinner, Pulsar Elan, Pulsar Eleganz and Freerider. Apparently, Bajaj had tried to trademark the Blade nametag again in 2006 as effectively, but it surely was refused at the moment. Bajaj additionally showcased a one-off Blade 125 DTS-i scooter on the 2006 Auto Expo, however by no means launched it out there. Now that the corporate has utilized for the trademark once more, it’s attainable that Bajaj intends to make use of the title Blade for an upcoming two-wheeler. 

Provided that the model has proven little curiosity in making petrol-powered scooters, it’s completely probably that the Blade title has been reserved for an upcoming electrical scooter, primarily based on the Chetak platform. Whether or not it takes the type of a commuter or a sportier, Ather 450X rival, stays to be seen.

At present, the Chetak is the one scooter on sale from Bajaj, priced at Rs 1.53 lakh (ex-showroom).

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