A rendering by Pune-based Autologue Design shows a Bajaj Dominar that has been fitted with an Adventure Touring kit
The Bajaj Dominar is easily the most capable motorcycle from Bajaj Auto Ltd. With an attractive pricing, KTM-sourced engine and a stylish street naked design, the Dominar already has a lot going for it. In fact, Bajaj Auto Ltd has even targeted the Royal Enfield motorcycles in its TVCs for its flagship.
This rendering visualizes a Dominar that can probably take on the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Dubbed as Bajaj Dominar Tour X-ADV, the motorcycle sports several cosmetic add-ons that should help it become a better adventure tourer. Up front, it gets a stylish fairing that encompasses the all-LED headlamp.
It has a tall-set windscreen that should help the rider duck behind it to avoid the wind blasts at high speeds. The new fairing merges with the motorcycle’s tank extensions and goes on to meet the engine cowl. Towards the rear, it gets holders for the panniers.
Another highlight is a luggage box mount near the grab rails. Other than these changes, the Bajaj Dominar remains pretty much the same. It continues to sport a chiseled fuel tank, handlebar-mounted rear view mirrors, 3D-badges, split seats, tank-guard, and a stubby muffler.
Powering the Bajaj Dominar Tour X-ADV is a 373.3cc liquid-cooled engine that outputs a maximum power of 34.5 bhp along with a peak torque of 35 Nm. It comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The motor benefits from Bajaj’s Triple spark 4-valve technology that made its debut on the Pulsar NS 200.
The Bajaj Dominar offers a claimed mileage of 27 kmpl. It has a fuel tank capacity of 13 litres with a 2 litres reserve. It can hit a true top speed of 147 kmph and can sprint to 100 kmph from standstill in just 8.4 seconds. It gets conventional telescopic forks up front and a gas-charged shock absorber at the rear. Braking is courtesy of disc brakes at both wheels. The motorcycle offers a dual-channel ABS.