The best part about digital presentation is that your imagination is the only limit out there which produces excellent results like this concept version of the Royal Enfield Scrambler.
Digital bike designers keep coming up with incredible iterations of popular bikes, of which this RE Scrambler concept is a prime example. The RE Scrambler is a favorite choice for a whole group of riders, especially young ones, who are up for adventurous riding. The lightweight construction, rugged body and easy maneuverability ensure that you are always in control, regardless of the condition of the terrain you decide to walk on. Let us look at the details of this unique digital illustration.
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RE Scrambler’s Digital Concept
This iteration has been designed by Abine Designs who keep on coming up with interesting renditions of popular cars and bikes. To begin with, masculinity and ruggedness are palpable overall. At the front, there is an LED orange light placed horizontally inside the round LED headlamp cluster, the tire represents off-road focus with treads designed for maximum grip even on uneven surfaces, the front ventilated brake discs are large and Black’s spokes are reminiscent of retro bikes from back in the day. The handlebars are high which is typical for such bikes, and the wind protector is also high enough for those windy days and high speed scenarios.
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There is a provision to connect the electronic device to the handlebar which is quite useful for looking up directions on your phone. The red fuel tank design is solid with the black rod around it as a protector. The side panel houses a toolbox that has the number 2 slapped on it with black graphics. The copper-coloured tailpipe is visible from the engine to the rear and the tail-end ends in black material. It seems that the Scrambler concept sports a single-seat design which is not uncommon with retro-themed bikes.
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The rear looks even more sleek and modern with compact LED turn indicators and brake lights and a slim curvaceous tail finish. The rear tire is noticeably wider than the front tire for higher speeds and cornering stability. However, the tread design remains the same which provides maximum grip on uneven surfaces. Overall, such unique digital iterations are mouth-watering and there cannot be one who would not want a bike like this.
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