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At the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, two wheeler manufacturers showcased a lot of new concepts and ready to be launched products. The two Indian brands, Hero and Bajaj, too had some great products on display. Where the Bajaj brand surprised everyone with the display of their Pulsar 400 cc range, Hero too was not behind with their Hastur 620cc named sports bike.

All three Bajaj Pulsar CS400, SS400 and Hero Hastur are yet in concept format but have already regaled audience at the 2014 Auto Expo due to their striking good looks, something bikers in India have not seen before in a India made motorcycle.

IMG_8243Speaking about the new Pulsar 400 SS and 400 CS, one is a super sports, the other is a cruiser sports. Both are powered by the same engine, 373.2cc single cylinder engine. This is the same engine that powers the Duke 390. But, power and performance of this engine could be tweaked in the Pulsar, to offer higher mileage. Duke 390 delivers 44 PS power and 35 Nm torque.

IMG_8245About the Hero Hastur, this is a naked street offering with a 620 cc engine. Though in concept form yet, if launched it will easily become the most powerful motorcycle under the Hero line-up. At the unveiling, Hero says that it’s engine will deliver 80 PS power.

IMG_8253Once successfully launched in India, Hero Hastur, Bajaj Pulsar CS400 and Pulsar SS400, all of which could receive ABS. Here is a collection of these three superbikes by India’s two best selling motorcycle manufacturers.


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  • naresh verma

    so rushlane team no 200 s.s offering here??which you guys spied?

    • sagar112

      Hi Naresh
      Yes, so were the 150/180 NS and Pulsar 200 NS.