Digital automobile designers are upping their game and this is the latest example of it.
Here’s a cool digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar NS400. We have heard rumours about the NS400 from Bajaj since time immemorial. However, there still hasn’t been a production-ready version. It looks like the Dominar 400 will be the sole option for people looking for a performance-oriented motorcycle from Bajaj. That is the reason why we are excited to witness the NS400 despite it being in the virtual world. Let us take a look at the details.
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Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Concept
These images have been developed by Abin Designs and shared on Instagram. The front and side profiles are clearly visible in the image. The overall design pattern certainly reminds us of the sporty superbikes of the world. The front fascia features the sharp LED headlamp with a semi-fairing extending to the front wheel, the fuel tank is heavily sculpted, there are underbelly protectors and side panels to protect engines, the handlebars are low and the wind visor is almost non-existent.
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Apart from that, the tail end looks short and sleek and almost exudes the Cafe Racer vibe. There is a split-seat setup accentuating the sporty appearance. The alloy wheels are quite massive both at the front and rear. They are painted black to match the overall sporty theme. The long suspension rods are visible as well. All in all, we would love to see a production-spec version of such an exquisite motorcycle. There are three colours for this concept – Red, Green and Blue.
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The Pulsar NS400 might be suited with a liquid-cooled 373 cc single-cylinder engine with triple spark plugs which can produce 40 PS and 34.5 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. There is a 6-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch. There will also be dual-channel ABS and stylish 17-inch alloy wheels with Disc brakes at both ends. The NS400 will have a perimeter frame and monoshock absorbers at the rear. Let us know what you think of this design concept of the Bajaj Pulsar NS400.