Pulsar is an iconic name in the Indian two-wheeler industry and many digital artists keep developing unique versions of it.
This digital version of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 represents a remodelled avatar. Pulsar is a legendary name in our market. It has been around for over a decade. Bajaj has recognized the love people have for this moniker. That is why it offers some variant of the Pulsar in all major categories. You would find some version of the Pulsar in all corners of the country. That is also the reason why so many digital automobile designers take it as the base product to demonstrate their creativity. This is one such example.
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Remodelled Bajaj Pulsar 220
This illustration has been conceptualized by abin_designs_511 on Instagram. The first impression is quite striking, It doesn’t look like a budget motorcycle at all. In fact, it oozes the racing bike vibes. At the front, one gets to witness the LED headlamps with the compact integrated visor, sporty handlebars, a colossal fairing covering the front and side profiles, electric blue paint with black inserts, a sculpted fuel tank, a split-seat setup, chunky alloy wheels, beefy side body panels, a sleek tail section, sporty exhaust pipe and sturdy frame. All in all, the attention to detail is quite remarkable.
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The 2023 Bajaj Pulsar 220 comes powered by a BS6-compliant 220-cc air-cooled engine with DTS-i technology which generates a healthy 20.4 PS @8,500 RPM and 18.5 Nm @7,000 RPM of peak power and torque. The transmission duties are carried by a 5-speed gearbox. It comes with 17-inch alloys with a 90/90 section tyre at the front and a 120/80 section tyre at the rear. Moreover, the front has a 280 mm disc, while the rear gets a 230 mm disc. The suspension at the front is telescopic suspension with an anti-friction bush. At the rear, the owners get a 5-way adjustable nitro-shock absorber. It is priced at Rs 1.37 lakh, ex-showroom in the 220F trim.
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What We Think
We are only too eager to come across a fresh iteration of an established product to break the monotony. Hence, such a change is much appreciated. The 220 series of motorbikes from Bajaj have been around for a long time now. While Bajaj could experiment with a full-fairing model, it is not necessary since most buyers in this segment look for practicality and affordability rather than sportiness. In any case, this could give some ideas to the aftermarket bike modification houses.