This Hero Karizma Concept Looks Better Than Any Bajaj Pulsar

This Hero Karizma concept throws every Bajaj Pulsar out of water. The bulky bike looks like a 200cc/ 400cc sports bike.

The Hero Karizma was one of the first products in India to offer a sports bike look at an attractive price. However, it has now been discontinued in the Indian market. Currently, the most popular bike in this segment is Bajaj Pulsar. Automobile enthusiasts and digital designers are always coming up with cool iterations of popular products. Now, Abin_Designs_511 has come up with quite a unique and interesting concept of the Hero Karizma. This concept of the Hero Karizma is capable of giving any Bajaj Pulsar a run for its money. Let us check out the details on this concept version of the Hero Karizma.

This Hero Karizma Concept Looks Better Than Any Bajaj Pulsar

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As you can see, the new Hero Karizma concept looks really attractive and sporty. It features an all-black color scheme with red streaks. The new design sports muscles like a full fairing sporty bike. The aggressive front fascia features angled headlamps and a visor with narrow handlebars. Both alloy wheels feature large disc brakes with a silver finish. The sleek exhaust pipe comes with a stylish silver cover that further accentuates the aesthetics. The engine protection guard is completely covered with a black finish. On the back, the Hero Karizma features a split seat with a sleek tail-end and LED taillamps. Overall, the new concept bike looks way hotter than any of the versions of arch-rival Bajaj Pulsar.

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Bajaj has tried freshening up the Pulsar with updated decals. It carries forward the same design language as the second-generation DTS-i model. Overall, the new Bajaj Pulsar 150 SD features a bikini-fairing cowl around the conventional halogen headlight unit. On the front, the company has added halogen headlights with pilot lamps and traditional indicators. The wheel cover features a carbon-fiber mudguard in black color. Bajaj has added a tubeless tire with alloy wheels on the front, with single-channel ABS. On the back, the bike features an LED taillight and block-pattern tire. For suspension, the Pulsar 150 features a telescopic fork and twin shock setup on the front and back, respectively. Other features include semi-digital instrument clusters, split seats, grab rails, split-handle bar, and backlit switches.

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Before the Hero Karizma looked like before it was pulled off the shelves, the Hero Karizma came with a 223 cc fuel-injected air-cooled engine that offered 20.25 PS and 19.7 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively. It was paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. For suspension, the bike featured a telescopic hydraulic shock absorber on the front. On the back, it featured a swing arm with a 5-step adjustable GRS system. An additional highlight of the bike was the cool-looking LED taillamps. So far, Hero MotoCorp has not announced any plans to bring back the iconic Karizma to the market. Would you like to see some elements of the new rendering in the actual production version as well?

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