Bajaj intends to Introduce its brand new Pulsar EV series.

In the upcoming years, Bajaj Auto plans to expand its electric two-wheeler portfolio, and it is even exploring an all-electric Pulsar.

Bajaj Auto intends to increase the number of EVs it offers in the Indian market, but it won't lose sight of ICE cars.

Executive director Rakesh Sharma noted at a round table conference earlier this year that the local EV industry is still in its infancy and expanding at a very sluggish rate.

To handle its EV operations, the domestic company has created a new vertical called Chetak Technology.

Bajaj opened its second EV production facility in Arkudi, Pune. Yulu will receive electric two-wheelers from the manufacturer as a result of their partnership.