A prominent digital automobile artist has come up with this unique iteration of the Bajaj Avenger in a Cafe Racer silhouette. The digital realm is something I find extremely enticing due to the very reason that the designers are not bound by any physical boundaries. They are free to let their imagination blossom. Oftentimes, that is the reason why they are able to devise such impressive and unique avatars of popular automobiles. This is the latest example of that. Avenger is a name which is quite prominent among people looking for a tourer motorcycle. But it never enjoyed decent success in our market. Such Cafe Racer editions might give some ideas to Bajaj for the new model. Here are the details.
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Bajaj Avenger Cafe Racer
This rendition comes from abin_designs_511 and bikerzz_of_india on Instagram. I appreciate the attention to detail in this illustration. At the front, the bike has a rounded headlamp unit, chunky suspension rods, colossal alloy wheels with broad tyres, and a wide handlebar to accentuate the tourer characteristics. Additionally, the side profile boasts a muscular fuel tank with black elements on the top, rugged side body panels to protect the engine components, a compact exhaust pipe, a split seat configuration and a sturdy frame. My favourite bit has to be the rear profile. The Cafe Racer silhouette is complete at the rear with a simple tail section which culminates in an abrupt taillamp unit with round turn indicators.
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Since the artist is calling it a version of the Bajaj Avenger, it makes sense to have a look at its specifications. The Bajaj Avenger comes in multiple versions. In its most powerful settings, the motorcycle boasts a 220-cc oil-cooled, twin-spark DTS-i, fuel-injected engine which generates a healthy 19.03 PS @8,500 RPM and 17.55 Nm @7,000 RPM of peak power and torque. This engine pairs with a 5-speed transmission. It contains a fuel tank with a capacity of 13 litres. The cruiser bike measures 2,210 mm in length and has a wheelbase of 1,490 mm. The kerb weight is a decent 163 kg and the ground clearance is 169 mm. This Avenger Cruiser 220 retails for Rs 1.45 lakh, ex-showroom.
|Bajaj Avenger Cruiser 220
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We know how popular the trend of Cafe Racers is in India lately. Therefore, even Bajaj could offer such a model of its Avenger range in our market. The bike companies have to adapt to the ongoing latest trends of the market. Avenger has been a different product anyway from its Pulsar series. Therefore, the two-wheeler giant could very well experiment with such an iteration, should it desire so. In all honesty, I would be quite thrilled to experience such a rendition of the Avenger in the flesh.