Updated On: 21 July 2021 Dheeraj Nair
We all have witnessed how the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 looks but have you wondered how the Pulsar RS1000 would look like? Well, if have just the right images and explain everything related to it.
The Bajaj Pulsar has its legacy imprinted in the DNA of every young blood which resulted in its massive success in more than 65 plus countries. It has been well over two decades from the day when it was first launched in 2001. This motorcycle variant has since been the symbolic identity for premium and affordable motorcycles that has a "sporty look" written all over it.
Today, the pulsar lineup is more than just an emotion. It has been proudly carrying the tagline "definitely male" for more than a decade symbolising that the motorcycle is close to a living thing that has character and attitude. It stood as the testimony of time and powered through criticism like a breeze.
The enduring nature of this motorcycle has been appreciated across generations even today and the Bajaj Pulsar stands as a guide for other motorcycles as it has set forth a segment of its own.
The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is one such notable product from the pulsar lineup that the motorcycle maker is proud to present. It too has the Pulsar DNA which makes it an incredible product. However, we have something way better which will definitely grab your attention- The Bajaj Pulsar RS1000!
Instagram handle abin_designs_511 posted a rendering of nothing but a fabulous motorcycle that looks like an iteration of the RS200. This 1000cc Pulsar RS version is one of the best looking 1000cc motorcycles rendered to date. Do tell us in the comment if you think of any better.
The young Indian has indeed achieved the impossible by creating a design that looks OEM from all angles. The RS1000 has a sporty stance with unique decals along with a red paint scheme which is honestly appealing to everyone. The motorcycle has an LED projector-split light setup with of course DRLs. The double-disc brakes give it a macho look and would have been practical for a 1000cc motorcycle if this design were ever to be made in reality, fingers are crossed!
The motorcycle design has retained the unique character of the RS200. The front and the side fairing looks similar to an RS200 but has a more bulky yet sharp look to it. The boomerang-like curves have been integrated onto this sports bike and can be seen on the fairing and the tank. This theme has been maintained throughout the motorcycle's design. On the rear, there is not much difference as it looks similar to an RS200 except for the decals.
If at all this motorcycle is to be introduced in the Indian market, with the kind of specs and premium looks, we expect a price of Rs 8 lakh to Rs.9 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. The vehicle could get top of the line features such as dual-channel ABS and rider assist systems along with a fully integrated instrument cluster that has all the info you require including the motorcycle malfunction details. This motorcycle could have the serious potential to rival the likes of Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX and the such.
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