The Bajaj Pulsar is easily the most well-recognised nameplate in the Indian motorcycle scene. The Pulsar started life as 150cc and 180cc twins and later progressed to even 200cc and 220cc models. While even the Dominar was initially thought to become the flagship Pulsar with a near-400cc motor the same didn’t happen. That, however, hasn’t kept illustration artists from imagining the Bajaj Pulsar NS650.
Visualised by abin-designs, the Bajaj Pulsar NS650 looks really very macho and musical. We feel that it makes for a great looking street fighter, especially with the low-set handlebar and the alien-inspired headlight. Clearly, the designer has looked up to the Pulsar NS200 and even, perhaps, the Dominar for some visual inspiration. The headlight, for example, is clearly a derivative of the one on the NS200. Even the fuel tank seems to be a more muscular version of the one on the NS200. The tailpiece, however, seems to be an evolved version of the Dominar.
Other highlights of the front-end of the Bajaj Pulsar NS650 include a huge disc brake rotor and beefy radial tyre. In the side profile, you will be quick to notice the huge tank shrouds and the NS200-like engine case. Moving backward, the side panels also seem to have been taken from the NS200 and same can be said about the rear foot pegs. You get split seat adjustment while the bike coms with hidden grab rails, possibly built into the tailpiece. There are no visuals for the rear-end but we’re sure the motorcycle has a beefy rear tyre, LED taillight and a tail-tidy kit.
Of course, there are even no details on the specifications as this is purely a work of someone’s imagination. Currently, Bajaj doesn’t seem to be having any plans of coming up with a middleweight street naked. The Bajaj Dominar 400 will continue to be the flagship motorcycle from the homegrown two-wheeler manufacturer. For the uninitiated, the Dominar shares aplenty with the KTM Duke 390. However, its motor has been detuned to offer a comfortable riding experience on long distance touring. What are your things on the Bajaj Pulsar NS650 though? Do you want it to make it to production?
Also read: Bajaj Pulsar RS400 – All You Need To Know!
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