A digital automobile artist has come up with a unique Bajaj Pulsar 400 that could replace the Dominar 400, at least in the virtual world. Pulsar is a name that resonates with bike buyers in India extremely well. It has been the go-to product for millions of bike enthusiasts. Bajaj offers some models of the Pulsar in all major segments of our market. Even in the 400-cc segment, there is a Dominar. But that has not been as successful as the Pulsar moniker. Hence, it makes sense to use the Pulsar tag even in the 400-cc segment to woo customers. Let us take a look at this enticing digital iteration.
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Bajaj Pulsar 400 Could Replace Dominar 400
This concept is a manifestation of the creativity of Abin Designs. To start with, the striking all-black paint adorned with grey graphics on the fuel tank immediately sets a daring and adventurous tone. Furthermore, the front design suggests a more dynamic iteration of the Pulsar 220, boasting a projector headlamp against a black backdrop, a sleek wind visor, a sporty handlebar equipped with broad ORVMs, black alloy wheels complemented by sizable ventilated brake discs, and a black fairing that seamlessly extends to envelop the fuel tank and side body. Notably, the ‘Pulsar’ nameplate is elegantly engraved on the side of the wind protector, adding a distinctive touch.
The fuel tank boasts elegant sculpting, accompanied by sizable body panels, protective black engine components, a neatly compacted exhaust pipe capped with a chrome finish at the end, and a wide black alloy wheel positioned at the rear, which pairs with a relatively smaller ventilated brake disc. This concept embraces a split-seat configuration to enhance its adventurous aesthetic, and it showcases a streamlined tail section. All in all, if this rendition of the Pulsar 400 were to be produced in its current form, it would undoubtedly garner our appreciation.
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Drawing inspiration from the Dominar 400, it’s reasonable to expect that the Pulsar 400 would come with a 373-cc fuel-injected engine capable of generating 43 PS of power and 35 Nm of torque at its peak. This mill would be paired with a 6-speed transmission. Furthermore, it’s imperative that this bike comes equipped with dual-channel ABS as a standard feature. In terms of pricing, the Dominar 400 starts at a minimum of Rs 2.30 lakh, ex-showroom. Noteworthy competitors in this segment include the KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3, and TVS Apache RR310.