The gawky looking vehicle, however, is no more than a glorified golf cart from some quarters and is unlikely to find favour with the Renault Nissan alliance, which has a partnership with Bajaj to build a Nano competitor.
Bajaj said Renault Nissan has not seen the vehicle yet and would get to do so only during the expo.
“It is okie for me if they (Renault Nissan) want to walk away,” said Bajaj. “There is always a risk when somebody tries to push the envelope and build something disruptive.”
Bajaj did not specify a price for the RE60 that will hit the roads only by the middle of this year.