Hero MotoCorp Goes On A Streak, Reveals 5 Products At Hero Universe Event


Hero MotoCorp went on another unveiling spree at the Hero Universe event held in Delhi. The event saw one new concept being showcased along with 4 production ready models. All the production ready two-wheelers will be launched in a phased manner in 2014. The products showcased included the Hero Dash 110cc scooter, Hero Xtreme Sports 150cc sports bike, Hero HX250R quarter-litre sports bike, Hero Leap hybrid scooter and the Hero RNT diesel bike concept.

Hero Dash

Hero Dash

The Hero Dash is a 110cc scooter that will complement the Hero Maestro and Hero Pleasure to take on the Honda Activa.


Engine: 111cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder

Max. Power & Torque: 8 BHP @ 7500 rpm & 9.4 Nm @ 5750 rpm


  • 12-inch alloy wheels
  • External fuel-filler lid
  • Service due and side-stand down indicator
  • Mobile charging socket
  • Integrated braking system
  • Tubeless tyres

[box type=”info” width=”720″ ]More details on the Hero Dash here[/box]

Hero Xtreme Sports

Hero Extreme Sports

The most powerful 150cc bike prodcued by Hero MotoCorp, the Xtreme Sports is the big brother of the Xtreme. It also gets better equipment than the Xtreme.


Engine: 149cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder

Max. Power & Torque: 15.2 BHP @ 8500 rpm and 12.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm


  • New graphics
  • Headlamp with LED position lights
  • Side stand down indicator
  • Optional 220mm rear brake disc
  • Adjustable rear suspension with gas reservoir

[box type=”info” width=”720″ ]More details on the Hero Xtreme Sports here[/box]

Hero HX250R

Hero HX250R
Mr. Pawan Munjal, MD & CEO, Hero MotoCorp with the Hero HX250R

The most powerful bike ever to be produced by Hero, and set to become one of the most powerful 250cc bikes in its class, the Hero HX250R could be one of the best quarter-litre bikes in 2014.


Engine:249cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder

Max. Power & Torque: 31 BHP @ ? and 26 Nm @ ?


  • Fuel-injection
  • 6-speed transmission
  • 37mm front forks
  • Combined ABS as an option
  • Combined braking system as standard
  • Stylish fairing
  • Dual headlight design

[box type=”info” width=”720″ ]More details on the Hero HX250R here[/box]

Hero Leap

Hero Leap Hybrid Scooter

The Hero Leap is the country’s first hybrid scooter. Showcased first at the 2012 Auto Expo as a concept, this production ready scooter is set to introduce environment friendly scootering in India.


Engine: Serial hybrid, 8kW eletric traction motor, 124cc single cylinder range extender motor

Max. Power & Torque: Electric Motor – 10.7 BHP and 60 Nm, Petrol Motor – NA


  • Serial hybrid, rear wheel powered only by electric motor. Petrol motor charges battery
  • All-LED lights
  • 100 KMPH top-speed
  • Belt driven rear-wheel
  • Regenerative braking
  • Disc brake at front

[box type=”info” width=”720″ ]More details on the Hero Leap here[/box]

Hero RNT Diesel Bike Concept

Hero RNT Diesel Bike Concept
Mr. Pawan Munjal, MD & CEO, Hero MotoCorp with the Hero RNT Diesel Bike Concept

A two-wheeler manufacturer has not tried adding a diesel motor to a bike/scooter for long time. The Hero RNT diesel bike concept tries to take on the challenge, and also explores the possibility of the usages of such a vehicle. Hero wants to make a production variant of this concept, will they succeed? Time will tell. It is a very interesting concept though, with the option of converting it into a 2WD drive bike!


Engine: 150cc, liquid-cooled, 4-storke, turbocharged diesel engine

Max. Power & Torque: 13 BHP @ 4000 rpm and 35 Nm @ 1600 rpm


  • Rugged deisgn
  • 2WD drive optional, front hub motor with 1 BHP of power
  • Integrated stationary generator mode providing 1500W of power
  • Removal LED lights with internal battery
  • 0-60 KMPH in 5 seconds (claimed)

[box type=”info” width=”720″ ]More details on the Hero RNT diesel bike concept here[/box]

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