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The Bajaj Qute will not make you gasp for air. The design, like
the vehicle's overall appearance, is utilitarian. Bajaj has
created a metal monocoque chassis with plastic functional
parts such as the doors, bonnet, and boot. The default black
fibre-plastic bumpers are not only functional, but they also look
good.
The front end lacks a grille, and the bonnet is basically a
storage cavity, although the Qute does get a pair of headlamps
that are adequate for city driving. The Spartan theme extends
on the inside as well; the Bajaj Qute seats four people but is best
suited to two average-sized adults. Without rubber mats, there
is no material matting on the floor, which means you are
exposed to a lot of engine noise.
5 Most Iconic Vintage Cars
Car culture keeps evolving all around the world but some cars
just leave a mark. These cars from the 60s have left more than
a mark on the Automotive Industry. These legendary machines
have always had a fanbase and if you can get your hands on
any one of these masterpieces today, there’s nothing you can
do better!
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From the editor - Syed Aamir Hussain

From the editor - Syed Aamir Hussain

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5 Most Iconic Vintage Cars

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