- Bajaj Pulsar 250 is among the most popular bikes in the country.
- That is why digital automobile artists choose it for carrying out their innovative modifications.
- This is a great RS version of the 250 that the fans would love to see on the road.
This digital iteration of the Bajaj Pulsar RS250 looks sporty. Pulsar is a household name in India. Bajaj has ensured that there is a version of the iconic Pulsar in all major segments of the market. The RS250 version represents the higher end of the spectrum that, if produced, could make enthusiasts happy. Until then, however, we will have to make do with the digital rendition of the RS250 like this one here. Let us take a look at the details of this attractive motorcycle.
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Bajaj Pulsar RS250 Digitally Rendered
This illustration has been created by ns__family_ on Instagram. This model encompasses unique design traits that Pulsar lovers would want to see in the production-ready version of the same. This render shows the side profile of the motorcycle. It is finished in cool turquoise and grey body graphics and paints that look attractive. In fact, the colour of the alloy wheels is the most attractive. In addition to that, the front fascia of the bike oozes sportiness with a sharp headlamp, compact handlebars with an integrated wind visor.
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On the sides, the massive fairing is the highlight that extends down below protecting the underbelly of the bike from getting scrapped while going on adventure rides. The fuel tank is quite muscular giving the motorcycle a meaty centre profile. At the rear, the taillamp cluster is sleek with a split-seat configuration. There is also a tyre hugger visible at the rear. All in all, this version of the Bajaj Pulsar RS250 will surely entice the fans who would want it in production soon.
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The regular Bajaj Pulsar 250 comes with a 249-cc engine that develops a healthy 24.5 PS and 21.5 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. It has a conventional telescopic fork at the front and a monoshock absorber at the rear. The bike comes with 17-inch alloy wheels at both ends with the option of single or dual-channel ABS. The prices range between Rs 1.45 lakh to Rs 1.50 lakh, ex-showroom. Let us know how did you like this digital version of the Bajaj Pulsar RS250?