The G2 P51 Combat Fighter is the latest bike to come out from the workshop of Confederate. G2 stands for second generation and has been created by designer Pierre Terblanche, who has now joined Royal Enfield.
The G2 P51 borrows some design cues from Hellcat, however, it still looks distinctive in the extreme powercruiser segment.
A billet aluminium frame and engine case and a beastly v-twin engine have been used for this bike. A lot of carbon has also been used, while the overall stance is aggressive. The Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter churns out 200 hp via 5-speed transmission.
The powermill is a 132 ci (2,163cc), 170 lb-ft (230 Nm) v-twin. Only 61 examples of the G2 P51 will be built on a preorder and deposit basis.
The 30 “white” models will cost $113,900 (€100,900) each, while the 31 “black” ones will each be priced at $119,500 (€105,900).