A prominent digital automobile artist has come up with an incredibly enticing illustration of the Bajaj Pulsar RS600 to rival the mighty Yamaha R6. It is quite amazing what these artists are able to accomplish. Their imagination and creativity resulted in some marvellous digital iterations of popular bikes. People who are really into motorcycles enjoy making changes to regular bikes, even if it’s done using computer technology. Bajaj Pulsar is a well-known brand in our market and offers products in almost every important category. However, you probably won’t come across an RS600 on the road any time soon. Here is a digital model of the same.
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Bajaj Pulsar RS600 Rivals Yamaha R6
This unique digital concept comes from Abin_Designs_511 on Instagram. When you first look at it, you will notice that it is a strong competitor for models like the Yamaha R6 and Kawasaki ZX6R. The overall design is compact, fierce, sporty, and confident. The detailed graphics on the body stand out and are the main things that catch your attention right away. Apart from that, the way the artist has taken care of each and every little detail is commendable. Some of the top highlights are the following.
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The front part looks stylish with modern elements such as a sleek LED headlight group, a small wind visor with mirrors built in, a half fairing carrying the Bajaj logo and the number 600, a muscular fuel tank with sharp lines, a two-part seat, a slim tail light, a cover for the back tire, white alloy wheels with red accents, a short exhaust pipe, protection for the engine, and bold side panels. The blue and red colours on the bike blend well with the various graphics on the body.
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Since it is based on the Bajaj Dominar 400, we shall take a look at the specifications of that model. It has a 373-cc oil-cooled single-cylinder engine which can create 43 PS of power and 35 Nm of torque at its peak. This engine is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission equipped with a slipper clutch, making gear changes smoother. The bike comes with dual-channel ABS and disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels. It costs Rs 2.30 lakh, ex-showroom.