Digital artists have the opportunity to unleash their imagination to create unique versions of popular bikes, such as the Bajaj Pulsar F250.
Digital car designer, Abin designs Bajaj Pulsar has created a futuristic version of the F250. Bajaj has ensured that it offers the Pulsar version in almost all major segments of the Indian motorcycle market. Something that turns the pulsar into a special product in the scheme of Indian things. The F250 is the choice of many people looking for a slightly premium version of the usual Pulsars. Let’s look at the features of this digital iteration.
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Futuristic Bajaj Pulsar F250
The digital designer has designed this model in a very sophisticated way to make it look high-end and something for the future. On the front, the LED headlights and DRLs shine with an aggressive fascia, have compact windshields, the steering wheel is neatly integrated on the sides, the alloy wheels are painted black with a large fan brake disc, the undercarriage engine protection and the side body panels are black. Painted in blue, the massive fair gives the bike a sporty character, and the fuel tank is perfectly sculpted.
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At the back there is a separate seat unit that corresponds to the overall position of the bike. It has an elegant and compact suction pipe made of glossy material with a black suction tip. The rear wheel is wider than the front, to achieve excellent handling and handling characteristics. Although the taillights are not visible, the shiny nature suggests the use of LED blocks and a thin holding rail for the pillion rider. The second picture represents the same motorcycle, but with a black and red theme.
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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 is a former exhibition hall for 1.45 rupees. Tell us how you feel about this futuristic version of the Bajaj Pulsar F250.