Hero Hastur

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Expected Price

 5,00,000 -  7,80,000

Expected launch date

November 2019

Hero Hastur is not launched in India yet.

Information on this page is tentative.

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About Hastur

Hero MotoCorp had everyone pleasantly surprised with the wide range of models displayed in their stall at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. The biggest attraction among these motorcycles, though, was the Hastur, a streetfighter bike jointly engineered by Hero and its partner, EBR.

The Hastur is built around a striking yellow trellis steel tube chassis with an aluminium sub frame, which extends into the swing arm and provides a raw appeal to the motorcycle. The huge sculpted tank complements the minimalist bodywork and blends in smoothly with the seat.

The Hastur is powered by a four-stroke 620cc parallel-twin engine producing 79bhp and 72Nm of torque. The liquid-cooled engine is mated to six-speed gearbox. With a kerb weight of just 160kgs, the engine is capable of propelling the Hastur to 240kmph, with the sprint to 100kmph taking just 3.8 seconds.

Other modern touches to the engine like the cartridge type transmission which enables efficient power transfer, controlled swirl injection and counter rotating crankshaft show clear influence of EBR technology in the Hastur. Ten-spoke alloy wheels carry Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres while braking is taken care of by four-pot radial-mount discs in the front and a single-piston disc at the rear.

The Hastur is equipped with twin projector beam headlamps with LED DRLs and LED tail lamps. It uses 43mm inverted forks in the front and an adjustable monoshock at the rear. The instrument cluster is made of a blue backlit TFT display which displays all the necessary information.

Rather than being a mass-selling product, the Hastur will be more of an image builder for the Delhi-based manufacturer. While the production version of the Hastur might not be as radical as the concept, we expect it to be quite different from the rest of Hero’s motorcycles. As the bike will be locally produced, we expect it to be priced very competitively in the Rs 5 lakh to Rs 6 lakh bracket against the Hyosung GT 650N and the Ducati Monster 695.

Hero Hastur News

  • Hero SimplEcity Concept  pictures and official video
    Hero SimplEcity Concept pictures and official video
    21 February 2014
    Ninad Ambre

    Hero unveiled over a dozen products at the Auto Expo 2014. One amongst these products was an innovative electric two-wheeler concept, named as the SimplEcity.

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  • Hero MotoCorp announces a price cut across its product range
    Hero MotoCorp announces a price cut across its product range
    19 February 2014
    Ninad Ambre

    Hero MotoCorp has decided to decrease the price of their two-wheelers following the cut in excise duty that India’s Union Finance Minister, Mr. Chidambaram, announced recently.

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  • Bike manufacturers seek to expand into the sports bike segment
    Bike manufacturers seek to expand into the sports bike segment
    17 February 2014
    Ninad Ambre

    The Auto Expo 2014 gave us an idea about what motorcycle manufacturers from India and across the world are planning. The companies seriously think the motorcycles from the sports bike segment have a good future in our country and have been working on those lines.

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Hero Hastur Videos

Hero Hastur: First Look: PowerDrift
08 February 2014
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Hero Hastur: First Look: PowerDrift

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