manufacturer of two wheelers, Hero MotoCorp Ltd. unveiled their Xpulse concept
motorcycle at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy. The Xpulse is an adventure
concept motorcycle which gives us a peak into the company's plans about
foraying into higher engine cc segments. At the premier, the Hero
MotoSports Team Rally also presented their plan and new motorcycle for the
upcoming Dakar Rally 2018.
The motorcycle has
been built keeping an eye on the growing adventure touring segment in the
country. The Xpulse in its matt finish green colour tank and graphics along
with other touring paraphernalia has a sporty look about it. The company had on
display a touring kit on the motorcycle. Hero MotoCorp has not given any
technical details of this concept motorcycleexcept that one notices the disc
brakes and the Metzeller tyres.
Pawan Munjal, Chairman, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer,
Hero MotoCorp Ltd., informed that the Adventure Concept
motorcycle Xpulse gives a directional guidance on the path that Hero is going
to ride on in the future. “And in keeping with the rising global stature of
Brand Hero, we are creating such concepts not just with the Indian user in
mind, but also with a focus on the evolved global markets,” he said
Last year at the Dakar Rally, the Hero MotoSports Team Rally
has a successful debut season with a 100pc finish rate in all rallies they
participated. The team will be riding a new motorcycle at the Dakar 2018 and
have successfully tested it at the recently concluded OiLibiya Rally.
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