Treading towards becoming a developed nation, we often falter on several fronts; pollution being one of them. While the country prepares for development, we fail to take care of the degrading situation of the environment.
The increase in pollution is a threat to the entire human race, and extensive carbon emitting vehicles add to the adversity. Going by the reports, road transport contributes to more than half of the carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides that are emitted into the air. Since every small change counts in the long run, what our cities require today is not just planting of trees, but also taking measures to control pollution.
Considering the current alarming situation, the goal is to encourage a sustainable solution. Bajaj, true to its name has come up with a greener solution for urban public transport that will help us in the long run.
Bajaj Qute, India’s first Quadricycle, has 37% less carbon emissions than the smallest car in the market. It comes with a patented fuel injected Digital Tri-spark ignition that delivers C02 emissions of just 66gms/km.
An innovation that solves our daily travelling struggle without being too harsh on the environment is definitely a thumbs up.