Hero continues to provide information about the new Karizma XMR week after week as we get closer to the launch. New details have been revealed about the engine, gearbox, instrumentation, and features in this teaser.

The teaser video for the upcoming Karizma XMR motorcycle has unveiled several intriguing details about its engine and features. Notably, the stickers on display within the video offer key insights into the engine's architecture and construction. While it was previously confirmed that the bike would boast Hero's first liquid-cooled engine, a sticker marked "210" now definitively confirms a displacement of 210cc.

Hero Karizma XMR Features

Furthermore, the teaser video discloses that the engine will incorporate a DOHC architecture and a 4-valve cylinder head. This choice of design suggests a pronounced focus on optimizing top-end performance, a notion further supported by various elements of the instrumentation.

The dashboard's LCD display plays a pivotal role in revealing the motorcycle's capabilities. The digital tachometer prominently showcases a redline positioned at an impressive 10,000rpm, underscoring the high-revving nature of the single-cylinder engine. This characteristic is further emphasized by the presence of a digital gear position indicator, pointing to the incorporation of a 6-speed gearbox in the Karizma XMR.

The display also offers a comprehensive array of information, encompassing a digital speedometer, a service indicator, a clock, and gauges displaying both temperature and fuel levels. Moreover, a dual-channel ABS sticker captured in the video definitively confirms the availability of this safety feature, at least for the top-tier variant of the forthcoming Karizma XMR motorcycle.

In sum, the teaser video sheds light on the Karizma XMR's impressive engineering and features, portraying it as a high-performance motorcycle poised to captivate enthusiasts and riders alike.

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