Digital automotive artists showcase their creativity by presenting captivating virtual renditions such as this Bajaj Pulsar F800.
A prominent automobile artist has rendered an enticing virtual iteration of the popular Bajaj Pulsar F220 in the form of the F800. Bajaj is a renowned motorcycle manufacturer and has established its dominance in the Indian market through its Pulsar range. The Pulsar series has a presence in various segments, showcasing Bajaj’s versatility. In fact, the Pulsar has achieved success in international markets as well, solidifying Bajaj’s position as a significant exporter of motorcycles from India. Let us take a look at this enticing avatar of the popular and common F220.
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Bajaj Pulsar F800 Designed from F220
The ns_family on Instagram has skillfully rendered this illustration, showcasing a heavily modified version of the popular Bajaj Pulsar 220. The visuals provide a glimpse of the bike’s side profile, along with subtle hints of the front and rear sections. The front stands out with its striking and sizable wind visor, reminiscent of an off-road motorcycle. This impression is reinforced by the sharp and compact tyre cover, while the sleek and modern headlights add to the overall aesthetic. Additionally, the handlebars exude a sporty appeal, completing the dynamic look of the bike.
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The sides of the bike feature a prominent fairing with eye-catching red and black body graphics. The muscular fuel tank incorporates stylish grey highlights. Additionally, the bike boasts a split-seat arrangement and a sharp and a well-designed tail section. The slim LED taillamps and rugged body panels on the sides further enhance its aesthetic appeal. The attractive alloy wheels are noticeable both at the front and rear. It’s worth noting that the front tyre is slightly slimmer compared to the rear, a characteristic commonly found in modern performance-oriented motorcycles.
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Since this illustration is based on the popular F220, it makes sense to have a look at its specifications too. It features a 220-cc air-cooled engine equipped with DTS-i technology, capable of delivering a peak power of 20.4 PS and a torque of 18.5 Nm. This engine is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The front end of the bike showcase a 17-inch alloy wheel complemented by a 280 mm disc, while the rear sports a 17-inch alloy wheel with a 230 mm disc. The Bajaj Pulsar F220 is priced at Rs 1.38 lakh, ex-showroom.