The customizer just made public Bajaj Domivel 400 by Autologue Design via a private event. The actual version is more more appealing than the depiction because it stands out against motorcycles thanks to the usage of Silver over the Blue tone. It has new lower panels, all-blue finish, and rear cowl with backrest. It also has blue alloy wheels.
A single stripe from Autologue Design nicely completes the top side and extends from the tank to the rear cowl. Except for the rear end, which appears to miss the indicators and number plate holder, everything appears to be done flawlessly.
The inclusion of the Diavel components makes the powerful Bajaj Dominar look much more spectacular than before. The addition of the tank scoops improved this motorcycle greatly.
The Dominar 400’s single-cylinder, 373 cc engine produces 35 HP at 8000 rpm and 35 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine is coupled to a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch for effortless gear changes.
The motorcycle now weights 182 kg, however adding more parts will make it heavier than the basic model. It was the first motorcycle in its class to include a 150 section rear wheel and an LED headlight.