This Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is a digital sibling of the Dominar 400. Bajaj is one of the largest two-wheeler manufacturers in the world. Its Pulsar range of bikes has captured almost the entire market segment in India. This ranges from affordable entry-level bikes to upto 400-cc segment motorcycles. However, its Dominar 400 is not able to post as healthy sales as Bajaj would have liked. Apart from that, its products upto the 250-cc segments are market leaders. We are certain that the two-wheeler giant would want to replicate that success even in the 400-cc segment. A version of the Pulsar could do the trick. Here are the details of this unique digital illustration.
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Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Could Replace Dominar 400
This rendition reaches us from abin_designs_511 on Instagram. It shows an attractive version of the popular NS200 bike. This new model is a bit larger and more muscular compared to the older NS200 we’re used to seeing. When you put these two bikes next to each other, the NS400 looks noticeably heftier and bigger than the NS200. This is because it has a larger engine, and you can partly see the exhaust pipe underneath it from the sides. Other than that, the handlebar is on the smaller side, and the windscreen is barely visible. The bike has two separate seats for a sporty feel, and the back part of the bike is quite slim.
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You can also notice the body designs that use grey colour along with a sporty mix of red and black. The wheels at the front and back are thick and strong, like those on racing motorcycles. There’s also a sleek tire hugger at the back that adds a performance look. The headlights are sharp and have modern touches. All in all, this is a really good-looking design that many people would be excited to see as an actual product. However, we have no news of Bajaj developing a Pulsar in this segment yet.
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What We Think
Since they’re calling it the NS400, it’s pretty logical that they’d use the engine from the existing Dominar 400. Thar bike is powered by a BS6-compliant engine that’s 373.3 cc big and uses liquid cooling and fuel injection. It can make a decent 40 hp and 35 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a wet multi-plate gearbox and an Assist & Slipper clutch. The Dominar 400 hasn’t been as successful as other Bajaj models, so it makes sense to introduce a 400 cc version under the Pulsar name. Whether Bajaj agrees with this idea or not, we’ll have to wait and see.