- Digital artists have a way of creating attractive illustrations of popular products.
- This digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar N is something that the Pulsar fans will cherish.
- There are two colour combinations for this digital version.
This street fighter digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar looks dapper. The design has been conceptualized by abin_designs_511 and shared on Instagram. It is a popular design artist that keeps developing enticing iterations of popular bikes. The Pulsar range of motorcycles by Bajaj is arguably the most popular in the country. Bajaj has some form of Pulsar in almost all major segments of the market. Let us check out the details of this attractive digital model.
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Bajaj Pulsar N Street Fighter Concept
The digital automobile designer has curated blue and green-coloured motorcycles. The overall design is inspired by the 250 range of models of the Pulsar. At the front, the headlights are quite sleek but look quite regular which can be seen on the production-spec variant. Apart from that, the wind visor is quite large, the semi-fairing extending to the sides looks sporty, there is body-coloured underbelly protection as well, the side body panels are silver, the fuel tank is muscular, and the tail-end of quite slim.
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The split-seat arrangement is evident, the handlebars are quite compact, the tank shrouds look solid, and the tyres have a strip of the body coloured paint too. The front alloy wheel is black with a large disc plate while the rear alloy wheel has a smaller disc with a chunky tyre. Broader tyre at the rear is quite common in performance bikes. All in all, these iterations look quite attractive in this street fighter version.
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The 250 versions of the Pulsar come powered by a 250 cc single-cylinder engine which churns out 24 PS and 20 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. There is a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper and assist clutch for smooth gear shifts. The price of the Pulsar N250 is Rs 1.41 lakh and the F250 is Rs 1.50 lakh, ex-showroom. How do you like this special version of the Pulsar?