Auto Expo Live – Hero Hastur 620 cc bike revealed [Gallery updated]

Posted on: Feb 6, 2014 - 8:11am IST

Hero Motocorp, the world’s largest two-wheeler maker by volume, has an interesting collection of vehicles at the Auto Expo. Take this bike, the Hastur, for example.

Hero Hastur Live shot from Expo

With its aggressively styled streetfighter design, the Hastur packs an over-square parallel twin, liquid-cooled, four-stroke 620 cc engine developing 80 PS at 9,600 rpm and 72 Nm of torque at 7,750 rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

Features include a counter rotating crankshaft to improve handling quickness, a cartridge type transmission efficient power transfer, cylinder head with controlled swirl injection (CSI) technology, Trellis steel tube frame with removable rear aluminium sub frame, twin projector beam headlights with LED running lights, integrated LED winkers and LED taillight.

Hero Hastur Live shot from Expo 2

Pawan Munjal, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Hero, said –

We have now successfully developed an ecosystem of technology research & development that is designed to think beyond the obvious and deliver future-ready mobility solutions. The all-new 620-cc Hastur, which will likely mark our foray into the superbike segment, and the futuristic SimplEcity and ion concept bikes showcase the shape of things to come from this ecosystem.

Hero Hastur Concept at Auto Expo 2014 – Image Gallery

Hero Hastur Concept Press Release

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10 thoughts on “Auto Expo Live – Hero Hastur 620 cc bike revealed [Gallery updated]

  1. fazal says:

    great bike.eagerly waiting for this bike to be launch in india

  2. shabaaz ahmad says:

    its a wonderful amaizing bike

  3. Hemnat says:

    Looks like a lame attempt to Hero-ize the KTM…..

  4. TSV :) says:

    620 cc amazing!!!!

  5. Sushrut says:

    This mindset of determining the target price below 3 lakhs , 5 lakhs has to change. If this bike had come from Yamaha or Suzuki, you would have put the price tag somewhere in the region of 7 lakhs for sure. Hero does not mean necessarily cheap. They may not be able to localize most of the parts used in this bike. So don’t expect it to be below 5 lakhs. Moreover the profit margin in these bikes is the highest as they are not volume driven. Why do think Bajaj is concentrating on niche bikes rather than entry level volume bikes.

    1. RD says:


      The reason for a 3 L proximity is the ability to localise. Yamaha and Suzuki don’t have volumes and if you look at their sales, none of them are crossing the 500 mark.

      On the other side look at Bajaj-kTM 390 … localisation above 90%, so why do you think for a 600CC …. 3L is not a target.

      Stop thinking brands start with the Logic of Indian TAX structure which promotes local production and development.

      If Hero is planning this bike for India and wants it to be a seller, that is the target price band. Affordability is the key in Indian Market.

  6. abuna ventana says:

    how ‘Hero’ is changing is exciting..

  7. RD says:

    expect between 3 L to 3.5 L

    1. sanjay says:

      When will they reveal the price or else please
      just tell the estimated of ex-showroom price in Karnataka

  8. apn r says:

    0-100 in 3.8 sec???
    if they keep it below 5 lakh i will take one please..


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