This Bajaj Pulsar Twin Cylinder NS600 Concept Looks BUTCH

  • Digital bike artists develop unique versions of popular motorcycles.
  • This is one such case where a twin-cylinder version of the Pulsar is developed.
  • These digital iterations also give interesting ideas to the aftermarket modification houses.

This latest digital concept of the Bajaj Pulsar NS600 is attractive. In the digital realm, artists have the convenience of freedom. They are free to give desired shape and form to any bike they want. Essentially, it is a display of their creativity and imagination. The final products might not be production-oriented but they certainly give ideas to people looking for aftermarket modifications to their regular bikes. Let us check out the details of this special concept model of the Pulsar.

Bajaj Pulsar NS600 Digital Concept

This iteration has been conceptualized by Abin Designs on Instagram. They have developed a muscular version of the Pulsar. The entire body is quite rugged and has a sports bike-like silhouette. The headlamp cluster is sleek and there is no wind visor, the handlebars are compact offering a racing bike-type stance, the side profile is particularly sporty with muscular tank shrouds, a sculpted fuel tank, attractive body graphics, black side profile, tough underbelly protection panels, raised tail-end with the split-seat arrangement, sporty grab handles and more.

At the front, the tyre is quite chunky with a massive ventilate disc for the break assembly, there are black spokes for the alloy. At the rear, the tyre looks even thicker, which is common among sporty bikes, the brake disc is smaller compared to the one at the front and the black spokes on the alloy wheel look quite ravishing. All in all, the sporty stance is accentuated by the overall design. It looks like a much meaner version of the regular Pulsar 250.


Since there is no production version of the Pulsar that is 600-cc, we take a look at the specs of the 250. That comes powered by a 250 cc single-cylinder engine which churns out 24 PS and 20 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. There is a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper and assist clutch for smooth gear shifts. The price of the Pulsar N250 is Rs 1.41 lakh and the F250 is Rs 1.50 lakh, ex-showroom. How do you like this special version of the Pulsar?