Bajaj Sunny launch on the cards? It looks like it as fresh new spy pics suggest Bajaj is testing a full camouflaged mule that resembles Sunny..
Remember the very humble Bajaj Sunny of the 90s? That cute little scooter is probably coming back – albeit with a different heart. Fresh new online spy pics reveal that Bajaj is working on a small scooter that has stark resemblance with the Sunny of the yesteryears.
The scoot gets a small round headlamp with a fairly long and relatively flat front apron along with edgy mudguard. Surprisingly, the headlamp is glowing yellow suggesting a conventional bulb inside, however, that will unlikely be the case in the production model and it should be an LED unit now. Similar is the case at the rear – it looks old. How much of the current spied model goes to production remains to be seen.
Unlike the last Sunny, the upcoming Sunny will be an electric vehicle with a simpler hub-mounted motor. There is a high possibility of this scoot being based on the Yulus that Bajaj is making, mainly for the commercial market.
As is obvious, the Bajaj Sunny will be a much cheaper vehicle than the flamboyant Chetak. And then it will definitely come with a smaller motor, lighter battery and lower range as well as top speed.
Like it did with the Chetak, Bajaj may be wanting to re-ignite nostalgia by bringing back an old, popular brand name. When will the scooter be launched is not known at this point of time.