Ahead of the official launch, the next-generation Bajaj Pulsar has been spotted on the road. According to its display, the bike will resemble that Pulsar which was first seen in February 2021.
The test mule spotted gives an idea about its size and shape. The half-fairing bike comes with a large fuel tank, and mirror mounted on it. The bike also has a windscreen, but it does appear to be very tall. The rear-three quarter contains the clip-on handlebars, which offers a sporty yet comfortable riding position. Other than the above-mentioned features, the bike also has split tail-lights, wheels, brakes, and suspension, which look similar to the naked motorcycle.
Engine and gearbox
The semi-faired Bajaj Pulsar is likely to come with the same air-and oil-cooled engine and gearbox which are being used by its naked sibling. Soon, we will see a more refined new generation motor. The improved motor will deliver an increased output figure.
The next-generation Pulsar will base itself on a new platform. It means the bike will get a new frame, swingarm, and suspension units. The new bike will feature a mono-shock, which is new for a non-LS/NS Bajaj Pulsar.