Couple of days before, we brought you the firstever glimpse of Bajaj Pulsar 375. Now the folk at PowerDrift has again managed capture the spy pictures of Bajaj’s flagship model but this time the entire front of the bike is exposed with more details. The latest spy picture shows off the white glow of the projector headlamp, the front alloy wheel and the front disc brake.
Furthermore, the picture reveals that the Pulsar 375 could retain the telescopic front forks that seem similar to the Pulsar 200 NS. Also the alloy wheel design looks similar to that of the Pulsar 200 NS but makes do with a meatier rubber. The front size of the tyre is believed to be 120/80 x 17.
In the previous spy pictures, the design of the headlight, tank, full fairing and cockpit were revealed. The angry looking projector twin headlamps and eyelash like pilot lamps get a big thumbs up. The speedometer comes from the 200 NS. While the turn indicators seem to be borrowed from the KTM Duke 200.
The Pulsar 375 will become the first fully faired bike from Bajaj Auto, looking at the new design it seems the Pulsar brand as whole new identity and the design seems to be even suitable for the much bigger engined Pulsar without a change. The upcoming 375cc bike will retain the Pulsar’s value-for-money proposition and is expected to come with a price tag of about Rs. 2 lakh.
Under the skin, the Pulsar 375 will be a re-worked version of the 375cc, single cylinder motor that powers the Duke 390, the Pulsar 375 is expected to have a power output of 38 – 42 bhp, the bike will feature a triple spark plug layout that is also there on the Pulsar 200NS. With all this you can expect the Pulsar 375 to easily have a top speed of over 160kmph.
Check out the another spy picture of the Bajaj Pulsar 375 to hit the web.
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