Shares engine with the KTM Duke 390.
Ahead of its launch reported to take place around the Diwali period (end-October 2016), the Bajaj VS400 was spied testing in Ahmadnagar. The VS400 seen here appears to be the range-topping model with dual-channel ABS, a first for a Bajaj product.
According to a recent report, the motorcycle will not be sold under the Pulsar sub-brand, however, a different sub-brand would be established or used for the VS400. Bajaj's most recent sub-brand is the 'V', which is also announced to expand in the future. At present, the Bajaj V15 is the only model under that sub-brand.
The Bajaj VS400 however will be the most powerful production motorcycle from the company. It is reported to feature the KTM Duke 390's 373.27 cc single cylinder liquid-cooled engine with Bajaj's DTS-i technology which produces 25.74 kW (34.50 hp) on the VS400 (it develops 32 kW/44 hp on the KTM Duke 390). The transmission will be a 6-speed unit.
Key features of the Bajaj VS400 include dual-channel ABS, front and rear discs, black alloy wheels, a stubby exhaust, MRF Revz C1 and FC1 tyres, dual digital cluster setup (the cluster on the tank is reported to house the various warning lights) and LED daytime running lights. When launched, expect the Bajaj VS400 to cost in the region of INR 1.7 lakhs, ex-Showroom.
[Source - BikeAdvice]