Bajaj Pulsar 375 has been talk of the town right from the day Bajaj announced it, everyone is talking and guessing about the bike. And now, for the first time, the spy pictures of the bike has been surfaced on a Facebook page of an Indian motorcycling community called PowerDrift. We are not sure that it is the new Pulsar 375 or a modified Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS as the images are blurred, but possibilities are high that it could be the same bike . The images suggest that it will be a faired version unlike KTM Duke 390.
There are some typical Pulsar family traits on the bike, one such detail is the instrumentation console, which has been taken straight from the Pulsar 200 NS. But one thing that makes it look like Pulsar is the fuel tank, which also seems similar to the design that is used on the Pulsar 200 NS and other Pulsar bikes. The images suggest that the bike has a completely new front with twin pod headlamps, which probably feature halogen lamps.
The turn indicators seem inspired from KTM Duke 200, while the bike consist the signature Tiger pilot lamps of the Pulsar series, which are neatly designed in the fairing. The images are not that clear but it seems that it features a raised rear end, which looks like Yamaha R15's tail fairing. The images also suggest that the motorcycle features a multicolor paint job. The Pulsar 375 will use the 2013 KTM Duke 390?s engine as a base just like they did in Pulsar 200 NS.
The bike will feature a single cylinder 373cc engine, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine, which will be mated to a six speed manual gearbox. Bajaj Pulsar 375 is expected to deliver a hefty 40bhp of the peak power with the peak torque of 30Nm. Given the fact that bike will come with full fairing and will have that much power, it is expected to kiss the redline mark of 160kph, making it fastest Pulsar bike ever. Bajaj is always known for its precisely priced bikes thus we are expecting this new Pulsar 375 to be priced somewhere around Rs. 1.5 lakh.
Image Courtesy: PowerDrift