We may not see the real-life replacement to the Bajaj Pulsar 220, but this digital rendition will suffice for the time being. Bajaj has a Pulsar in practically every significant sector of our market. Whatever bike segment you are looking to buy, some variant of the Pulsar will always be a possibility. However, we were looking forward to the 400-cc iteration, which has yet to arrive, and Bajaj’s intentions do not coincide with that. As a result, this digital designer produced a virtual version of the same thing.
This Pulsar was created by Abin Designs. The concept is really appealing, with a strong form and body panels. With projector headlamps, compact handlebars and a wind visor, massive tank shrouds, sculpted fuel tank, red and black body graphics, aerodynamic fairing, underbelly protection, black side panels, split-seat setup, a sleek tail end with grab handles, and a slim taillight, possibly an LED unit, the bike’s face is sleek. The bike’s overall appearance is athletic and appealing. It might easily be a 400-cc motorcycle.
Aside from that, the front tire has a large ventilated disc brake and black alloy wheels, whilst the rear disc brake is fairly modest in comparison. However, the back tire is wider, which improves traction and grip. This provides the bike with a sensation of stability, particularly during turns or strong acceleration. What are your opinions on this one-of-a-kind and stylish Bajaj Pulsar in digital form, which may be a worthy successor to the Pulsar 220?
Bajaj Pulsar 400 Specs
Using the Dominar 400 as a model, one may deduce that the 373-cc fuel-injected engine would be excellent, producing 43 PS and 35 Nm of peak power and torque. A 6-speed transmission would be used to compliment this engine. This bike must come standard with dual-channel ABS. The motorcycle must cost more than Rs 1.70 lakh ex-showroom. The segment’s prominent participants are the KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3, and TVS Apache RR310.