New 300cc Hero Adventure Tourer Spied Testing For The First Time
Recently, two motorcycles by Hero Motocorp were spotted testing, and now there is another one. Previously spotted were the adventure bike and a fully faired sports bike, and the newly spotted test mule is an adventure tourer, which is photographed for the first time. This upcoming bike is anticipated to be powered by a 300cc single-cylinder engine. This bike is fitted with a digital instrument console and a half fairing.
In addition to it, there is an upswept exhaust canister, a rectangular swingarm, and USD front forks. Remarkably, the bike is outfitted with wire-spoked wheels and block pattern tyres. When compared to the Xpulse 300 test mule, this is a lower motorcycle with smaller tyres—maybe 17 inches at both ends. The rear tyre looks to be larger than that of the Xpulse. As a result, suspension travel and ground clearance are reduced.
The intention appears to be to build as many motorcycles as possible on the same chassis to maximise economies of scale. As a result, Hero Motocorp will also be able to target different client groups as a result of this. However, this also implies that the Xpulse will continue to focus on being a more off-road-focused bike, while the Adventure Tourer may meet a broader buyer need.
Given the incompleteness of this test mule, we feel we are still a long way from launch, with a final showdown likely early next year at the very least. We’re not sure if Hero will call this model the Xpulse T, although a different moniker would be more appropriate. These new upcoming models of the popular two-wheeler will undoubtedly surprise speed enthusiasts.