Pierre Terblanche, the man behind the design of this sinister looking motorcycle stated that the P51 Fighter draws inspiration from a 1960’s stripped down chopper and the company’s X132 Hellcat.
The P51 Combat Fighter houses a 2,163-cc, CX4 engine, making a whopping 200 PS and 230 Nm of torque, mated to a five-speed transmission. Other features include carbon fibre front and rear wheels, 14-litre fuel tank, and and aluminum chassis.
Only 61 units of the P51 Fighter will be manufactured and will be bespoke to each owner. The Fighter will be available in two colour options, the silver finish for Rs 75.9 lakh and the devilish matte black finish for Rs 79.6 lakhs.
The P51 Combat Fighter was Pierre’s last project at Confederate, before heading here to India and singing up for Royal Enfield.