Digital automobile artists display their creativity with enticing virtual iterations like this Bajaj Pulsar F800.
Here is an attractive Bajaj Pulsar F800 digital concept that looks like an enhanced version of the 220. Bajaj is a legendary bike manufacturer. Its Pulsar range has dominated the Indian market for a long time now. There is some version of the Pulsar in all major segments of our market. In fact, Pulsar has even been successful in many international markets making Bajaj a prominent exporter of motorcycles from India. Let us take a look at this unique version of the Pulsar that has been named F800.
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Bajaj Pulsar F800 from 220
This illustration has been rendered by ns_family on Instagram. This model has tons of modifications when compared to the regular 220. In the visuals, the side profile is shown with a hint of front and rear sections as well. At the front, there is a prominent and massive wind visor that makes it look like an off-roading bike. It is further ascertained by the extremely sharp and short tyre cover and the headlights look sleek and modern. The handlebars are sporty too.
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On the sides, there is a massive fairing that has been finished in red and black body graphics. The fuel tank is muscular and also consists of grey highlights. Apart from that, there is a split-seat arrangement and the tail section is just as sharp as the front. One can see the slim LED taillamps and there are rugged body panels on the side. The alloy wheels at the front and rear look attractive. The front tyre of slightly slimmer compared to the rear, which is the case with modern performance-focused motorcycles.
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Since this is based on the Pulsar 220 and it is about to make its entry into the market again, we take a look at what could be expected from it. There could be a 220-cc air-cooled engine with DTS-i technology that could produce 20.4 PS and 18.5 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. At the front, there is a 17-inch alloy wheel with a 280 mm disc, while the rear has a 17-inch alloy with a 230 mm disc. The prices could be around Rs 1.34 lakh, ex-showroom.