Bajaj Auto recently launched its V-15 motorcycle, for which they have used scrap metal from the INS Vikrant battleship. Deliveries of the V-15 by Bajaj were commenced on Martyr's Day, that is March 23, 2016. The Indian two-wheeler giant is also undertaking in an amazing journey.
Indian Naval Officers will be riding across Maharashtra on Bajaj's V-15 motorcycle. 15 Navy officers will undertake a journey to 23 forts that were under Chattrapati Shivaji's command. Their goal is to motivate the youth of India to be part of the Indian Navy through their ride.
The riders began their journey from Kohli Stadium in Navy Nagar, Colaba, Mumbai. Flagging-off the journey was Rear Admiral S N Ghormade, Nausena Medal (Flag Officer Commanding Maharashtra Naval Area) of Indian Navy. Also, present at the event was Sumeet Narang, Vice President of Marketing, Bajaj Auto.
Powering the Bajaj V-15 is a 150cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, DTS-i engine. The engine produces 11.84bhp, along with 13Nm of torque and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Bajaj V-15 is priced attractively at Rs. 62,820 ex-showroom (Mumbai).
Bajaj V-15 is currently available only in Ebony Black and Pearl White colour options. The Indian two-wheeler giant is expected to deliver over 10,000 units of V-15 across India on Martyr's Day. Recently, Bajaj Auto is taking part in several initiatives and we expect them to be a part of many more.