Hero Karizma Reimagined as Street Fighter- Pulsar NS200 Rival

Digital artists often display their talent to devise enticing iterations of regular motorcycles and this Hero Karizma concept is the latest example of that.

The Hero Karizma has been reimagined by a prominent digital artist in a street fighter version. Karizma is an iconic name in the Indian two-wheeler history. It was extremely successful in the early 2000s but was then discontinued. Finally, it reappeared in our market last year. People have embraced it well as a worthy rival to the Bajaj Pulsar NS200. For now, let us take a look at the details of the digital version of the Karizma.

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Hero Karizma as Street Fighter

This virtual illustration comes from abin_designs_511 and biker_parambara_da on Instagram. The artist has gone into the details to create a close-to-production iteration of the regular Karizma. However, being the street fighter model, it gets a naked appearance with the absence of a fairing. At the front, it borrows design cues from the normal model with a sleek headlamp cluster, a compact windshield (which could perhaps be adjustable for height), a broad handlebar, gold-painted USD forks for the front suspension and a colossal alloy wheel at the front. The side profile looks even more aggressive.

The first thing to notice on the side is the muscular fuel tank and XMR graphics. Apart from that, there are black elements which protect the engine components and add to the sporty appearance. There is even a yellow underbelly protection guard to prevent the bike from scrapping its belly. At the rear, it borrows the split-seat configuration from the production version. The exhaust tip is stubby and compact. The rear alloy wheel looks particularly massive with broad tyres. I was barely able to locate the grab handles which confirms that it is a figment of the creator’s imagination.

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Our View

Digital automobile artists have a knack for creating enticing versions of regular motorcycles in the virtual realm. We appreciate and welcome such modifications. They break the monotony of witnessing the same design over and over again. The creativity of these artists is a boom to ensure that we get a new perspective on established models like the Karizma. Let us hope that we keep witnessing such creations more frequently.

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