A series of self developed, self tested engines in the form of 100cc, 110cc and 250cc in displacement are coming soon from Hero MotoCorp, world’s largest two wheeler manufacturer. These new engines will make their way in by the coming year and should be showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo.
Back in July this year, India’s Hero MotoCorp, which is also the world’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, invested $25 million and bought 49.2% stake in American racing and superbike manufacturing company, Erik Buell Racing. It is this company, EBR, that has revealed a new superbike, 1190 RX.
Hero MotoCorp, the largest two wheel manufacturer in the country has unveiled a total of 15 new products, each of which will enter markets in the coming six months. Here we have gathered all the videos from yesterday’s press event in New Delhi. These includes the entire launch ceremony hosted by Pawan Munjal, Head, Hero MotoCorp. In addition to this, you will also find motorcycle specific videos, explaining the changes and updates made by Hero to their vehicle line-up.
India’s leading two wheel manufacturers, Hero MotoCorp have announced a new state of the art Research and Development Center in Rajasthan. To be spread over an area of 250 acres in Kukas in Jaipur, the largest two wheeler R&D Center in the country will be built at an initial investment of INR 450 crores. It will be ready for operations by the first quarter of 2015.
Two wheeler manufacturers Hero MotoCorp have announced a range of products to be launched in Peru. Besides these seven new models and extensive expansion plans in the region, the company has as many as 85 dealer outlets in the country with additional ones being planned in the future
India’s Hero MotoCorp is the largest two wheeler manufacturer in the world, and they no intention to giveaway the No 1 tag. But competition is increasing and Honda, the second two wheeler maker, is getting closer every passing year, as they too aim for the No 1 position. So how will Hero MotoCorp manage to stay No 1?
Hero MotoCorp Ltd, a major two wheeler manufacturing company in India, is slated to be holding a series of talks with Fiat Group’s Magneti Marelli SpA. The two auto majors are vying for a system that is expected to contribute to better fuel efficient engines for motorcycles and scooters in the 150cc segment.
Hero MotoCorp has inked a deal with U.S. based motorcycle company Erik Buell Racing (EBR), which specializes in manufacturing sport and racing motorcycles. The Indian two wheeler manufacturing company will acquire 49.2% equity shares of EBR for a total sum of $25 million (INR 148 crores).
World’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp Guatemala City, El Salvador and Honduras. The iconic Indian motorcycle brand has partnered with Indy Motos Group of Guatemala to launch their motorcycles in these new markets.