A new colour scheme named "Silver Nexus Blue" is added to the Hero Splendor Plus. It is offered with the bike's drum brake version, which also has i3S, alloy wheels, and self-start capabilities.
Along with the other five colour possibilities for the Splendor Plus, which are Black with purple, Heavy Grey with green, Black with silver, Matte Shield Gold, and Black with Sports Red, this additional hue will be offered. The newly introduced colour choice, which has an ex-showroom pricing of Rs 70,658, will likewise cost more than the other five colour options.
The Splendor Plus is still the same mechanically. It is propelled by a 97.2 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that delivers 8.05 Nm of maximum torque at 6000 rpm and 8 horsepower at 8000 rpm. The same four-speed manual gearbox is used for transmission tasks and for idle start/stop operations.
The Splendor Plus is supported at the front by telescopic forks and at the back by dual-spring shock absorbers. As previously noted, the Splendor Plus bike with drum brakes is compatible with this new colour edition, which receives an integrated braking system for a smooth stop.
Through its subsidiary Vida, Hero Motorcorp will also introduce its first electric two-wheeler. The teaser photographs of the future product gave us the idea that it would feature an alloy-wheeled body and resemble a maxi-scooter. The e-scooter will be unveiled by the firm on October 7 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, where the new item was created at the brand's R&D centre.
The corporation had earlier in March disclosed plans to establish a $100 million worldwide fund to support 10,000 entrepreneurs working on environmental, social, and governance solutions, including Electric Vehicles (EVs).
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