Bajaj Pulsar CS400
Bajaj Pulsar CS400 will feature 375cc engine. Pictured: Pulsar CS400 in the testing phaseMotoroids

More details of Bajaj Pulsar CS400, one the most anticipated motorcycles of the year, have come to light after it was spied yet again. The flagship motorcycle of the Pulsar range was caught testing in camouflage last week, suggesting its market launch is round the corner.

The spy picture shot by Motoroids shows the front three-fourth part of the cruiser sport motorcycle. The silhouette of Pulsar CS400 remains identical to the concept model that was unveiled at Auto Expo2014.

The motorcycle comes with a longer wheelbase and a sleek headlamp cluster. The upside down front suspension in the concept has made way for thick telescopic suspension in the testing motorcycle. It will feature mono suspension at the rear.

The production spec is expected to have disc brakes for both the front and the rear while ABS may be offered as an option. Additionally, the Pulsar CS400 will flaunt fully digital spilt instrument cluster. One section of the cluster is positioned above the headlight while the other part is mounted on the top of the fuel tank.

Bajaj CS400 will be powered by a 375cc liquid-cooled engine borrowed from the KTM 390 Duke. The engine is expected to develop close to 40bhp and will be mated to six-speed transmission. The CS400 will be the first motorcycle from Bajaj Auto using the 375cc engine and is likely to be priced in the range of Rs. 1.70 lakh to Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom).