Mavrick’s dash appears to be a digital unit with Bluetooth connectivity; India launch on January 23.
Leading up to its debut on January 23, Hero has released a few more teasers that preview some more design elements and features of its upcoming Mavrick 440.
- Digital dash gets Bluetooth connectivity
- Design appears to be quite chiselled
- H-shaped DRL in headlight like other Hero bikes
While we already know that the Mavrick 440 will have a different design to the Harley X440, upon which it is based, the teaser image reveals that the tank is going to be reprofiled entirely. The handlebar too appears to be set quite low, which gives the bike a mean, hunkered-down stance. This is in line with the Mavrick 440’s more youthful positioning compared to the baby Harley.
Another teaser also gives us a sneak peek at the Mavrick 440’s dash, which, unlike the TFT unit on the Harley-Davidson X440, appears to be an LCD unit. The layout of the dash is quite straightforward with speed, rpm, gear position and tell-tale lights housed in the circular left-hand portion. The rectangular right-hand side portion, meanwhile, houses the navigation information and notification data, which clearly indicates that the Hero Mavrick will have Bluetooth connectivity.
We’ve already gotten a glimpse of a test mule of the Mavrick, and you can see it here.