Here is a cool rendering of the Bajaj Dominar 400. Bajaj has recently launched one of India’s most popular 250 cc bikes in two variants, the F250 and the N250. The 400 cc segment is still a bit far fetched for a whole lot of people in India. However, the Dominar 400 attracts a lot of traction from people who are looking for a more performance-oriented bike with touring characteristics at a relatively affordable price. That is the reason why Abin_Designs_511 has come up with this cool concept which is not completely unrealistic. One could almost see these design elements in a production bike. Let us take a look at this unique design of the Bajaj Dominar 400 and see if Bajaj could adopt some of these elements in the production version too.
Bajaj Dominar 400 Concept
The two colours chosen by the designer are quite unique and complement the characteristics of the Dominar. There are graphic stickers of the name of the bike on the front fairing. The fairing is also neatly integrated into the sculpted fuel tank. The glass for wind protection and the handlebars look apt for a touring bike. The engine is also neatly tucked in behind the engine protecting components which have a nice finish. This extends to the underbelly protection too. There is a chunky exhaust which gives the bike a muscular appearance. The alloy wheel design almost resembles the one on the regular production-spec motorcycle. The rear has an interesting addition of the extra touring kit. This will help boost the luggage carrying capacity of the bike. The tail end looks sleek and modern. All in all, this could well have been the bike Bajaj should’ve launched.
The regular Dominar 400 comes with a 373 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine making 40 PS and 35 Nm with DOHC setup and 6-speed gearbox with slip-assist clutch. The dual-channel ABS is standard across the range with a front brake disc 320 mm and a rear 230 mm. The bike features 17-inch stylish alloy wheels. The prices of the Bajaj Dominar 400 range from Rs 2.12 lakh to Rs 2.16 lakh, ex-showroom. The rival includes the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 350, KTM 390 Duke and Honda CB300R. Let us know what are your opinions on the sportbike design of the Dominar 400.