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Photos of the upcoming Hero Passion Xpro appear online before its official release, revealing its design


The Passion XPro, which was canceled last year, is set to be reintroduced by Hero MotoCorp, the top two-wheeler manufacturer in India. According to rumors, the next motorcycle will go by the name Passion XPro, and it has already been seen in India while being filmed for a TV commercial.

The next Hero Passion XPro will resemble the model sold in Bangladesh, according to spy photos, and will be packed with features and fuel-efficient. According to the source, the corporation may release the bike with certain cutting-edge and popular features, which might draw in new consumers.

The forthcoming Hero Passion XPro is covered in the following information.

The bike does not display aggressive aesthetics or sharp edges, according to the leaked pictures. According to the pictures, the motorbike has a respectable look, with a body that is dual-tone matte black and blue. Additionally, it has the company's distinctive black alloy wheels, which somehow improve its appearance.

According to speculations, the bike would most likely include high-tech features like Bluetooth connection, which will let users see all of their phone's key messages, including SMS, call alerts, and more, on the digital instrument cluster. The Hero Passion XPro may also have a USB charging outlet positioned below the console, a single-piece black-finished seat, a sturdy grab rail, a twin-tier LED projector headlight with H-shaped LED daytime running light (DRL), a short windshield, and other features.

According to reports, the bike will most likely have an engine that is between 100 and 125 cc in size since the firm primarily targets the local market. Techno Blue and Sports Red are the two likely color choices.


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