As per rumours from multiple origins, Bajaj is aiming to introduce a modern breed of Pulsar
In 2015, Bajaj launched its fully-faired Pulsar model by the name RS200 and since then, the Indian biking community has not received a new Pulsar from the Chakan-based two-wheeler manufacturer. Since 2015, the Pulsar series has experienced minor adjustments such as the transformation from BSIV to BSVI and different colour schemes to mention a few. In short, the models have more or less remained the same in the past six seasons. However, it seems 2021 is going to be different because as per rumours from multiple sources, Bajaj is planning to launch a contemporary crop of Pulsar. Although the corporation has disclosed no details about the next-generation Pulsar, here are some critical points you should know about the next-gen series.
Better features- We all know that none of the designs from the Pulsar series available in the market offers a fully digital instrument cluster, which is a considerable let down in 2021. Compared to the Pulsar series, the TVS Apache, KTM Duke & RC, Yamaha MT and FZ series provide a fully digital instrumentation system. That’s not all as these motorcycles also offer other features such as Bluetooth connectivity, full LED headlight and taillight setup along with LED indicators. Therefore, chances are significant that the new Pulsar series will carry these modern traits. Also, the upcoming models may feature a monoshock suspension setup on the back and telescopic forks with preload adjuster on the front.
Air and oil-cooled- It is a noted fact that Bajaj is working hard to launch a Pulsar 250cc model in the months to come. However, the engine platform will differ from that of the Dominar. The upcoming 250cc Pulsar will not run on a liquid-cooled engine like the NS200 and the RS200, but it will feature an air and oil-cooled powertrain. Although Bajaj has not published the official moniker of the motorcycle, we believe it will be named the NS250.
New cosmetics- The modern generation Pulsar series will look different from the present ones because they will feature newer cosmetics such as updated tank shrouds, tyre huggers, redesigned headlights and taillights along with modern-looking LED turn indicators. Last but not least, the front mudguards and side panels may bear a unique modern look.