Currently is a concept.
Café racers have become a part of mainstream motorcycling culture and the effects are quite visible. While its normal to see manufacturers like Royal Enfield relaunch the Continental GT café racer (originally launch in 1965) other manufacturers like Hero MotoCorp present the world with quite a unique approach to the same with their Splendor-based café racer.
Observing this, now Bajaj Auto has also dived into the retro pool.
Earlier this month, Bajaj unveiled their version of a café racer at the Turkey Motor Show, called the Bajaj Café Racer Boxer 150, which by it's name is clearly based on the Boxer 150, a motorcycle that has been discontinued in India.
The concept features a 144.8 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that delivers 12 bhp power and 12 Nm torque. It rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and is available only with an electric start.
The Bajaj Café Racer Boxer 150 has some attractive styling cues, featuring a round headlight with a small visor, bodywork finished in dark blue, neatly tucked underbelly exhaust, and parts covered in matt black paint.
Bajaj has not yet commented on the production plans of the Cafe Racer.