Digital car designers use their imagination and talent to turn ordinary motorcycles into superbikes.
Abin designs Bajaj created the Pulsar F250 super-sports monster version. This is an outstanding digital artist who offers impressive digital iterations of popular cars. The Pulsar F250 is one of the most popular Bajaj offers on our market. In fact, Bajaj produces some kind of Pulse for almost all major segments in India. Let’s take a look at the details of the digital concept of this special edition.
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Bajaj Pulsar F250 Supersport Monster
The overall design of this concept looks very sporty. On the front there are sharp-cut LED headlights, compact windshield, massive black casing, smooth steering wheel, stylish alloy wheels with large fan disc brakes, muscular fuel tank, black graphics with red inserts to show the sporty nature. , the engine cover is gold-colored from the donor model, the body panels look elegant, the compact suction pipe gives this concept the vibration of a sports motorcycle, the undercarriage is decorated with protective shades of blue and gray.
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This version of the Supersport Monster is equipped with a two-seater installation typical of such bikes, the rear wheel lock is very small, which is typical of popular supercycles, the rear wheel is large, alloy wheels painted in black to match the overall aggressive nature of the bike. The handles are very thin and the taillights should be LED blocks representing modern models.
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The conventional Bajaj Pulsar F250 is equipped with a 250 cubic meter air-cooled, fuel injection engine that produces a healthy 24.5 PS and a maximum torque of 21.5 Nm. This engine is mated to a five-speed transmission with an auxiliary and slipper clutch function. It will be sold in the former exhibition hall for 1.45 rupees. Tell us your thoughts on this digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar F250 and whether you would like to see something similar.