The elusive Bajaj Pulsar CS400 has been spied testing once again and this time has revealed a lot more about itself despite staying under some rather headache inducing camouflage.
The CS400 was first unveiled at the 2014 Auto Expo and is expected to launch during the festive period of Dusshera and Diwali, later this year.
The spy pics reveal details about the bike that earlier have stayed under wraps including the LED headlamps and the split digital instrument layout, one of which is at the usual place mounted atop the headlamp unit while the smaller unit sits on top of the fuel tank.
Also revealed is the front suspension which though quite beefy are normal forks rather than the Upside Down ones found on the concept.
Also revealed are split LED taillamps which have become a Pulsar Trademark.
The Pulsar CS400 will be the most powerful bike that Bajaj has ever produced when it hits the roads later this year. It will feature a single-cylinder engine quite similar to the 373.2cc liquid cooled engine found on the KTM Duke 390 with an expected power output similar to the KTM.
Delivering all that power to the rear wheel of Bajaj's power cruiser will be a 6-speed gearbox. Helping the disc brakes to bring the CS400 to a stop will be dual channel ABS which will be offered up as an option.