Bajaj Pulsar 375 on the way

The Pulsar’s fast growing up, just 200 today, but closing on 400 in 2013.

It’s still a fair while away, but India’s most famous mass market sportsbike is getting set to become a true ‘big-single’ with Bajaj Auto’s dynamic Managing Director, Rajiv Bajaj having confirmed his R&D team (Ahead) are hard at work developing a 375cc Pulsar that will debut in 2013.

The latest Bajaj will be a close relative to the recently introduced triple-plug equipped 200NS pictured here, and shall aim to be a bold new segment driver when it hits Indian roads sometime next year.

While it’s still early days, with little else known for now, you can safely expect the 2013 Pulsar to deploy all-and-more in terms of an affordable Indian sportsbike, with healthy specifications and seriously quick performance. 

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