INS Vikrant⛴ Rebirthed as Motorcycle📹:

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Beginning its life in with the 🇬🇧Royal Navy in 1943 in a construction yard, the INS Vikrant⛴, has seen several transformations. But as WW2💥 ended in 1945 her construction was suspended⛔. The unfinished Vikrant was sold to India in 1957 and commissioned in 1961. She played a pivotal in the blockade🚧 of Bangladesh (East Pak) during the 1971 Indo-Pak war and was finally decommissioned in 1997 and docked in Mumbai serving as a naval museum🏤. Her journey ended in 2014 when she was scrapped🔧. But Bajaj Auto says they’re using the scrapped metal to make a motorcycle called V. It looks like the V150 will be a premium commuter bike with a 150cc engine, with a design similar to a café-racer bike. It will come with dual rear shock⚡ absorbers and a 🔟 spoke alloy wheel. The product should be launched🚀 by 1 Feb. Check out the Bajaj's teaser here📹:
🖼Img credit: YouTube Bajaj V

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