Bajaj Pulsar 400 returns to center stage with a new rendering

It’s quite common for a bike that was slated for launch to go missing in advance. But with such intense and detailed iterations, he could be brought back again.

This digital rendering of the Bajaj Pulsar 400 rekindles enthusiasm around this expected product. It has been in the works for a long time now. With the kind of success that Pulsar motorcycles have seen in several segments, it’s a shame that we haven’t seen a version of the bike in the 400cc segment. However, it might not bring large volumes, which is why it may not have introduced it until now. Let’s take a look at the details of this render of the Bajaj Pulsar 400. The images were developed by Abin_Designs_511 on Instagram.

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Render Bajaj Pulsar 400

The overall silhouette reminds us of a sporty Yamaha or something. There are quite a few sports bike-like elements in this version. The front bumper is quite compact and aggressive. The handlebars are sporty and not wide like some touring bikes. The fuel tank is massive with crisp pleats. The large fairing is perfectly integrated into the fuel tank which extends to the lower body of the motorcycle. The black graphics on the red paint signifying the 400 nickname are attractive. The exhaust system is short but muscular. The underbelly support is there to protect the bike from scuffs on uneven surfaces. The alloy rims look chunky with large discs. The red inserts on the tires are particularly desirable. The rear end is sleek and crisp with a split-seat configuration. Anyone would want this version of a bike parked in the garage.

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An earlier render of the Bajaj Pulsar 400

Specifications

Referring to the Dominar 400, one could conclude that the Pulsar 400 would be awesome with the 373cc injection engine that would produce 43 PS and 35Nm of peak power and torque. To complement this engine would be a 6-speed transmission. Dual channel ABS should be standard with this bike, as well as LED headlights and projector tail light. The bike must cost more than Rs 1.70 lakh, excluding the showroom. KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3 and TVS Apache RR310 are some of the key players in the segment.

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