2024 Pulsar N250 launch can be expected anytime soon and sibling F250 is also almost certain to get similar updates…
At the time of the launch of the new-generation Pulsars, Rajiv Bajaj admitted the fact that new Pulsars are late to the game. They should have come earlier. And that could be one of the reason that probably the most popular name in sports motorcyling in India is not going through its best phase. Rivals have fast caught up and are now giving tough competition to the Pulsar range.
However, Bajaj won’t go down without a fight and it recently revealed its plans to upgrade the Pulsar range with as many as six upgrades, and a new biggest-yet Pulsar. All of this within this financial year.
And with very little time left for this fiscal to end, we are now slowly getting a hang of which Pulsar models are going through the knife. After the NS160 was snapped wearing camouflage few days back, we now have spy pics of the new-gen naked Pulsar twins – the N160 and the N250.
Both the models can be differentiated with their exhausts. The bigger N250 sports an end can and it is wearing petal discs on this mule (against the round rotors of the current model). That face could also be a part of the upgrade process. Aside that it appears the 2024 N250 will also come with a connected instrument cluster with various ride-related features, and probably navigation. The other camouflaged models in the N250’s pic are the new-gen made in India Husqvarnas that have just been introduced. Here are more details on them.
The other model for which we have clearer pics, appears to be the 2024 N160. It is also seen wearing inverted forks but with the same headlamp unit as the current version. There is this big possibility of the mid sibling to also come with new instrumentation, along with smartphone connectivity.
Bajaj has patented a Bajaj Ride Connect app which is what is expected to power all or most of the Pulsars going forward. Aside this, the already officially teased 2024 N150 is another model to come equipped with this tech.
So, that means we now know four Pulsars that are getting updates, out of six. The other one could be the semi-faired Pulsar F250 since it is very similar to the N250. And a calculated guess suggests that the NS200 could be the last one, among this crop of models. Launch of all these models can be expected anytime soon. But what about the biggest-ever Pulsar? How big will it be…?