Here is an interesting iteration of Bajaj Pulsar Adventure Sport concept in the digital format. Pulsar is one of the most favourite products from Bajaj. Over the years, it has gathered a ton of loyal customer base in India. To diversify the variants offered under the Pulsar moniker, Bajaj had introduced several motorcycles with varying engine capacities. For instance, Bajaj Pulsar Adventure Sport 150 and 200, named AS150 and AS200 respectively. This digital rendering is based on these two products and the concept form of the Bajaj Pulsar Scrambler. Let us check out the details of Adventure Sport.
Bajaj Pulsar Adventure Sport – Design Highlights
The overall appearance of the Pulsar AS looks tough, raw and sporty. It looks like a strongly built bike. The front fascia features aggressive and modern headlamps with 2 semi-circular LED DRLs, sporty fairing, neat front fender, off-roading tyres, spoked wheels, front and rear disc brakes, sporty suspension setup, high handlebars, sporty graphics on the engine top and much more. The rear has a compact look with LED taillamps and a stylish rear cowl. The seating position seems upright offering a good view of the road ahead. The seat for the pillion is attached to the rider’s seat offering practicality. The exhaust pipe is thick and sporty. There are graphics behind the front tyre as well. The concepts of the Scrambler and Adventure Sport certainly look more desirable than before.
Also read: Bajaj Pulsar RS400 – All You Need To Know!
Features and Specs
The features on the Bajaj Pulsar Adventure Sport might include things like Digital Speedometer, Projector Headlamps, Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber, Telescopic Front Suspension, 17/18-inch Stylish Tubeless Wheels and much more. The engine options included a 200 cc liquid-cooled 4-valve single-cylinder unit with 3 spark plugs making 23.17 hp and 18.3 Nm with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The 150 cc is an Air-cooled single-cylinder unit making 16.8 hp and 13 Nm with 5-speed manual gearbox with 2 spark plugs per cylinder.
We think that the Indian automobile industry is ready for such off-roading-oriented affordable bikes which is the reason why we think Bajaj could bring the AS range of its motorcycles back after having discontinued these for a while now.
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