The Dynamo nameplate joins a protracted listing of trademarked names by Bajaj that haven’t seen the sunshine of day.
Indian vehicle trade heavyweight Bajaj Auto has trademarked one more nameplate, the Dynamo. The corporate filed the patent this month and has handed the formalities verify, however it’s but to be permitted.
This trademark is along with a few of their earlier ones that are but to see the sunshine of day, specifically, Blade, Twinner, Pulsar Elan and Pulsar Eleganz. With regards to the utilization of this nameplate, there are an entire host of potentialities. It might spawn a two-wheeler powered by both petrol or electrical energy, or it might even herald the arrival of a brand new three-wheeler.
Curiously, this trademark additionally reveals that the Dynamo nameplate may very well be used because the moniker for a standard ICE, or for an electrical powerplant that Bajaj might develop for utilization in future fashions.
As is typical for these emblems, there are scarcely any particulars obtainable and solely time will inform if this nameplate even makes it onto a production-ready Bajaj automobile or stays unused for a very long time.
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