The Karizma was the fastest and most capable motorcycle in Hero Honda's lineup. Hero MotoCorp may use the same strategy this time around, outfitting the bike with a new high-tech engine to do this. The Karizma nametag has recently been claimed to be coming back, and the first solid evidence of this may now be seen.
Hero has filed two trademark applications. It confirms the Karizma's upcoming return but also sheds light on the bike's attributes. It is predicted that the new bike will be known as the Karizma XMR or Karizma XMR 210. Hero's Xpulse 200 already has a 200cc, 4-valve oil-cooled engine.
This engine might be used as a base for the Karizma, with the bore and/or stroke modified to get the 210cc displacement number. According to rumours, Hero is working on a 210cc liquid-cooled engine for the next Karizma. This engine will produce a max power of 25 HorsePower and 30 Newton Meters of peak torque. It will be paired with a 6-speed transmission, and a slipper and assist clutch may be available.
The new bike's design may be different from the previous generation Karizma. Hero MotoCorp may have learned that the previous-generation Karizma failed due to its odd design. As a result, the new bike will have a more serious and sophisticated appearance. The new bike might have features like a digital TFT display, Bluetooth connectivity, and navigation.
Other features will include LED illumination, an LED projector headlight, and alloy wheels. The Karizma XMR 210 is likely to be a fully-faired motorcycle and as of now, it is uncertain whether it will be a true sportbike like the KTM RC 200 or a sport tourer like the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250. There is no Hero model that competes with the Suzuki Gixxer 250 and Dominar 250.