Bike and scooter manufacturer Bajaj Auto recently released the teaser of a new motorcycle, which was believed to be a black edition of Bajaj Pulsar 250. Now the company has released the teaser of another motorcycle from its Pulsar range. Looking at the teaser, it is believed that the company is going to launch the next-gen version of Bajaj Pulsar 160NS.
The company says that it will be launched in a new avatar, so there is a possibility that it may be rebranded as N160 or 160N. The face of this new motorcycle has been shown in the teaser released by the company. It is written in the teaser – ‘Thrill; Now in a new Avatar’
As previously revealed some pictures of the bike, which reveal that the next-gen Bajaj Pulsar 160NS comes with a series of visual enhancements. The headlamps for example look completely new, with a redesigned casing and compact projector unit.
This unit is inspired by the Pulsar N250. Another significant change can be seen in the fuel tank, which now gets a longer extension. Its tail section looks familiar, but a new design can be given in the taillights. The bike is known for its aggressive muscular styling.
This styling will be carried forward and will be made even better than before. The next-gen Bajaj Pulsar 160N will get an updated fully digital instrument console. Apart from this, there may be some other subtle changes in this motorcycle which will be seen at the time of launch.
Apart from this, another update can be given to this motorcycle that the new-generation Pulsar 160N may get some new color options. The current model is offered in Metallic Pearl White, Burnt Red and Pewter Grey color options.
The new Bajaj Pulsar N160 will use the same 160.3cc, oil cooled, twin spark BS6 DTS-i FI engine as before. This engine is capable of generating a maximum power of 17.2 bhp at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 14.6 Nm at 7,250 rpm.
A 5-speed gearbox will be used with this engine. However, there is also a possibility that there may be some changes in the engine of Bajaj’s new Bajaj Pulsar 160NS. However, there is not much difference in terms of performance. Most of the bike’s other hardware and equipment may be the same as before.