This Wednesday Bajaj officially announced the name of their most powerful motorcycle- ‘Dominar 400’ and declared 15th December as its launch date. The company has now started the official website of the bike that also has a teaser image, showcasing the silhouette. But it is not the only statement on this website.
To access the web page, visit the official website of Bajaj where you will find a hyperlink to a sample Dominar’s image that will lead you to a microsite of the bike. There is not much on the web page, except for the four pillars that require you to insert your contact information if you are interested in the bike. After you register yourself on the microsite, you will get access to four things:
- Invitation to Dominar 400’s live launch stream
- Limited edition online brochures on the launch day
- Invitation to your city’s launch event
- Priority test rides
The Dominar 400 is the most powerful motorcycle to flaunt the Bajaj label and therefore, it’s highly anticipated for this reason. The microsite bears the slogan “The Big Bike for the Big Boys,” from which it is clear how Bajaj wants to market it. Although nothing has been said about the pricing but we expect it to be under Rs 2 lakh.
The bike is powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that is borrowed from the KTM. nevertheless, to meet the requirements from a cruiser, the power and torque delivery curves are expected to offer better low-end grunt. The power and torque figures should be around 35PS and 33Nm respectively. In addition with a long swingarm and wide tires (how the older spy shots have suggested), the ride it is expected that it will plush. The presence of the high-rise handlebars, clearly visible in the teaser image, also suggests that the riding position will be upright fo a comfortable highway hauls.
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