Digital automobile designers have a way of creating innovative renditions of regular motorcycles and this is a great example showcasing that.
In this unique digital illustration, Hero Passion Pro has been presented in the 200 version. Abin Designs is a popular digital automobile designer firm that keeps coming up with compelling iterations of the ‘regular’ products including bikes and cars. Because of their digital concepts, one is able to get a new perspective on established and popular bikes. Let us check out what this Passion Pro 200 concept has in store.
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Hero Passion Pro 200 Concept
The first thing that one notices in this digital version is the catchy green/fluorescent colour theme. In addition to that, the headlamps are round in shape representing a retro theme in comparison to the rectangular in the regular variant. The fuel tank looks quite beefy and the dual-tone graphics lend an attractive appearance to the bike. The suspension at the front looks like it belongs to a bike from a segment above which justifies the 200 tag. Also, the side body panels are quite robust protecting the engine well.
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The exhaust pipe is quite chunky and the half-rear grab handles look modern. The seating configuration includes a bench seat setup but the tail end looks quite sleek. At the front, the massive alloy wheel with a large ventilated disc is visible whereas the rear tyre looks even wider with a smaller disc. The grab handles give a sporty stance to the bike. All in all, this looks like a much more powerful iteration of the regular Passion Pro which is why it has been christened Passion Pro 200.
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The regular Passion Pro 110 comes powered by a BS6-compliant 110-cc engine developing a decent 9.15 PS and 9.79 Nm of peak power and torque. It comes mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The bike uses a diamond frame which increased the ground clearance to a decent 180 mm (15 mm more compared to the BS4 version). There is the option of either 130 mm drum brakes or 240 mm disc brakes. The prices range from Rs 74,408 to Rs 80,858, ex-showroom. What are your thoughts on this digital iteration?