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Bajaj Auto Trademarks Twinner Name, New Incoming Twin Motorcycle?

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The Bajaj Twinner nameplate also opens up several possibilities, from a new commuter to a new flagship motorcycle. The manufacturer has yet to officially announce the details.

The Twinner name joins the list of many trademarks that Bajaj has registered in recent years

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The Twinner name joins the list of many trademarks that Bajaj has registered in recent years

Bajaj Auto has received brand approval for a new name “Twinner” and it has had the internet buzzing with speculation. The Bajaj Twinner nameplate opens up several possibilities ranging from a new commuter to a new flagship motorcycle. The two-wheeler maker hasn’t officially shared any details on what the name might mean, but it could be the start of something big in the company’s future. Let’s see what these possibilities are.

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The trademark of the “Twinner” name was filed in May 2020, while approval came in January 2022

Speculation suggests that the Twinner name could be used by Bajaj Auto for a new twin-cylinder motorcycle. Yes, the company could foray into the performance space and a twin-cylinder engine could be the way to go. These speculations are also valid given that KTM is developing a new 490cc parallel twin engine that will be positioned above the current 373cc mill in the 390 family. This engine will likely be made in India and exported to markets. foreigners for a new range which will include the 490 Duke, the RC 490, the 490 Adventure and the 490 Supermoto/Enduro.

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The next Bajaj Twinner could be a new flagship offering from the company positioned above the Dominar

In the current state of the Bajaj-KTM partnership, the former could seek to localize the engine to meet the needs of its own customer base which largely includes India and other emerging markets. Note that Bajaj has a strong position in several markets abroad, especially in Africa and Latin America. A more accessible and easy-to-own parallel twin will also find an overseas audience. Royal Enfield has cracked this formula, so why not another from another local manufacturer.

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Could the Twinner be a new premium commuter modeled after the Caliber, Boxer and Avenger?

It’s also possible that Bajaj is using the name of a new commuter who may be sporting a dual identity. Commuters with quirky names aren’t exactly uncommon for the bike maker and the Bajaj Twinner label pairs pretty well with its past offerings, including the Caliber, Boxer, Avenger and others. Could this be a jammer-style offering? It would be an interesting proposition.

That being said, manufacturers requesting trademarks for names are nothing new. Bajaj already has a number of trademarks including Fluor, Fluir and Neuron. Either these are products under development, or the company wants to keep its options open by reserving the rights to these names. The Twinner could be part of a similar strategy for the products of the future.

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Bajaj Auto has its hands full when it comes to future product development. The company is working on the next generation of Pulsars which will be based on the new Pulsar 250 platform. There is also the collaboration with Triumph which will see the companies rolling out the first motorcycle by 2023. These will be Triumph-badged offerings and the first bike should be a baby Street Twin. There is also the next electric vehicle manufacturing facility under development in Akurdi, Maharashtra and will be ready by June 2022 to roll out its first product. This facility will have an annual production capacity of 50,000 units and is expected to build not only the Bajaj Chetak but also its KTM and Husqvarna derivatives.

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