Digital artists have a way of creating unique iterations of regular bikes and this illustration signifies just that.
We might not get the successor to Bajaj Pulsar 220 in real life, but this digital version is good enough for now. Bajaj has positioned a Pulsar in almost all the major segments of our market. Irrespective of what segment of bikes you are looking to buy, some version of Pulsar will always be there as an option. However, we were eagerly waiting for the 400-cc iteration which is still not there and Bajaj’s plans don’t also align with that. Therefore, this digital designer created a virtual iteration of the same.
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Bajaj Pulsar 220 Successor
This Pulsar has been designed by Abin Designs. The concept looks mega-attractive with a muscular silhouette and body panels. The face of the bike is sleek with projector headlamps, compact handlebars and wind visor, massive tank shrouds, sculpted fuel tank, red and black body graphics, aerodynamic fairing, underbelly protection, black side panels, split-seat setup, a sleek tail end with grab handles, and a slim taillight, possibly LED unit. The overall appearance of the bike is quite sporty and desirable. One could easily imagine it to be a 400-cc bike.
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Apart from that, the front tyre features a massive ventilated disc for the brakes with black alloy wheels, while the rear disc brake is quite small in comparison. However, the rear tyre is wide which leads to enhanced traction, and grip. That offers the bike a sense of stability, especially during corners or hard acceleration. What are your thoughts about this unique and elegant Bajaj Pulsar in the digital format which could serve as a great Pulsar 220 successor?
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Taking reference from the Dominar 400, one could conclude that the Pulsar 400 would be great with the 373-cc fuel-injected engine that would produce 43 PS and 35 Nm of peak power and torque. To complement this engine would be a 6-speed transmission. A dual-channel ABS must be standard with this bike. The bike must cost upwards of Rs 1.70 lakh, ex-showroom. KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3 and TVS Apache RR310 are some of the key players in the segment.