Established digital artists have a great eye for details and they come up with unique iterations of regular bikes like this Bajaj Pulsar F600 concept.
A well-detailed Bajaj Pulsar F600 could easily take on the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 650, at least in the digital realm. Bajaj is the king of all major bike segments in the country with its Pulsar range. However, if it lacks products somewhere, it is the big capacity bikes like the 600-cc segment. What’s worse is that there are no plans of introducing a bike in that space either. So, we will need to satiate our excitement with this illustration until then.
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Bajaj Pulsar F600, A Kawasaki Ninja 650 Rival
This iteration by Abin Designs looks closely related to the RS400 illustrations that we have seen all over the internet. The front fascia of this concept has a mean and bold silhouette with a sleek LED headlight setup, the wind visor is compact and the ORVMs are attached to it, the turn indicators are positioned on the backside of the ORVMs, the front tyre is quite wide with large disc and black alloy wheel, the semi-fairing is dyed in various shades of blue with grey accents that make the sportiness of the motorcycle stand out, and the fuel tank is muscular and scooped out to make it look more imposing.
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Apart from that, the side profile is heavily dominated by body panels, a sturdy frame, engine protection guard, underbelly protection, the exhaust pipe is not visible from this side which makes it possible that it would either be on the other side or under the body, the rear tyre is wider than the front which is the norm and the disc at the rear is smaller, the tyre hugger is quite sleek accentuating the sporty rear, with a narrow rear section and split-seat setup.
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Though we might not see something like this rolling off the production line anytime soon, we could relate this iteration to something like a Bajaj Pulsar RS400 that has more chances of becoming a reality. It might feature a 373-cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine that could produce 43 PS and 35 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine could be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox with a slipper clutch for smooth gearshifts. There could be dual-channel ABS and disc brakes on both wheels. The prices could hover somewhere around Rs 2 lakh, ex-showroom.