We have seen a lot of digital renditions from automobile artists on the internet but this one is definitely one of the best of the lot.
This is an incredibly well-thought-out digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar 450. Digital automobile artists have a way of creating something so unique and enticing that draws people in. That is exactly what he has been able to achieve in this latest virtual avatar. Pulsar is a household name in our country. Bajaj has done an excellent job of offering some version of the iconic Pulsar in all major market segments. As a result, even digital automobile designers use it as the foundation to display their imagination.
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Bajaj Pulsar 450 Digital Concept
This version has been rendered by abin_designs_511 and bikerzz_of_india on Instagram. It is one of the most prominent collaborations on the internet regarding digital iterations of motorcycles. This time around, this bike’s side and rear profiles are visible in the image. Regardless of where you look at it from, the muscular silhouette is impossible to miss. At the rear, the tail section is quite slim toward the end, but the grab handles and shoulders are pretty beefed up.
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This also signals the split-seat setup, which is reminiscent of sports bikes. In addition, the muscular fuel tank lends an imposing road presence, and the body graphics highlight the sporty nature of the motorbike. The black side body panel and underbelly protection round up the ruggedness of the bike, and the compact but imposing exhaust pipe gives the side profile a hardcore racing vibe. A prominent semi-fairing on the side and the front section also looks strong. The broad alloy wheels complete the look of this digital avatar.
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If something like this ever makes it to production, it would most likely be powered by the same engine as the Dominar 400. It comes powered by a 373-cc fuel-injected engine that develops a massive 43 PS and 35 Nm of peak power and torque. There is a sporty 6-speed manual transmission paired with this bike, and the dual-channel ABS is standard across the range. It locks horns with the likes of the KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3, and TVS Apache RR310.