Bajaj reveals plans for VS400 India
Bajaj reveals plans for VS400 IndiaPR Handout

It looks like there is no end to the images of the upcoming power cruiser of Bajaj, which is likely to be called Kratos VS400. The Kratos VS400, which is popularly known by its concept name the Pulsar CS400, is expected to be launched in India in November shortly after the festive season.

The Pulsar CS400, which also goes by the names the VS400 and the Pulsar VS400, has been keeping bike enthusiasts on tenterhooks for quite a long time now. The bike has been spied countless times, while undergoing testing in different terrains in India. Now coming here is a new image of the VS400, probably the best yet, in its completely revealed form, giving a clear side view of the model. The photo has been shared online by imtheindianbiker.

The power cruiser, which was showcased as the Pulsar CS400 in 2014 at the Auto Expo is expected to be launched as a new brand in the country to compete against Royal Enfield. The VS stands for Vantage Sport, while the 400 denotes displacement of the engine. The VS400 stays very much close to the design of its concept, the Pulsar CS400, even though the company has tweaked quite a bit to bill it as the 'best-yet model'.

@ashishsamgir getting his hands on the new Bajaj Pulsar VS400 ?? Live. Love. Ride. ? #imtheindianbiker #bajajpulsar #vs400 #cs400

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Powering the VS400 a 373.27cc liquid-cooled, 4-valve triple-spark, fuel-injected mill mated to six-speed transmission. The Kratos VS400 is expected to available in two variants. While the basic version will develop 34bhp, the high-end version will belt out 43bhp and 35Nm of torque.

The power cruiser will get twin instrument console — one on the handlebar as seen in other bikes and the other on the fuel tank and wide tyres. It will get an all-black exhaust, newly-designed split seats, disc brakes for both wheels, and alloy wheels with a new look. There will also be ABS on offer. However, it is yet to be known whether that will come as standard or optional.

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