The bike was spotted testing wearing two new shades – red and black/gold.

Spy pictures taken at the Bajaj factory show a Dominar wearing a new black/gold colour scheme. The bikes spotted testing wore a satin black body colour with neat-looking gold wheels and an all-new deep red colour scheme. These could be available from next month.

The red coloured Dominar even features a different coloured frame, grab rails and handlebar, which look to be finished in brushed-aluminium instead of the earlier matte-black.

The bike for 2018 will only see a colour option change, the rest will remain unchanged. The bike will continue to run using its 373cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine borrowed from the KTM 390 Duke, but in a completely different state of tune. The engine makes 34.5hp and 35Nm and is hooked onto a six-speed gearbox.

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