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Mahindra Mojo Adventure tourer and Scrambler concepts at 2016 Auto Expo

Mahindra Mojo Adventure tourer and Scrambler concepts at 2016 Auto Expo

3rd Feb, Delhi: Both models preview possible derivatives that can be spawn by Mojo platform.

Mahindra Two Wheelers has showcased adventure tourer and scrambler design concepts based on its Mojo. The purpose of the design studies are to gauge the public response and move ahead with the product development accordingly.

Mahindra Mojo Adventure Tourer Concept

Mahindra Mojo Adventure Concept

Mahindra Mojo Adventure Concept

The blue off-roader concept looks nothing like the donor model save for the fuel tank and the twin-tubes underneath it. Armed with long travel suspension system, spoke wheels, off-road tyres, vertically staked projector headlamps, knuckle guards and a massive ground clearance, the Mojo Adventurer tourer concept clearly prioritizes capability over form. The motorcycle loses its tailpiece apart from getting a custom seat and provisions for luggage and water can. Technical specifications have not been discussed.

Mahinda Mojo Scrambler Concept

Mahindra Mojo Scrambler Concept

Mahindra Mojo Scrambler Concept

The Scrambler concept is another example of how the Mojo platform can be reconfigured. Adopting a traditional design, the Mojo Scrambler too retains the regular motorcycle’s fuel tank and twin tunes as far as bodywork go. A contrast brown leather seat, cantilevered tail, minimal twin LED taillights, single sided silencer, and red-finished brake calipers are the highlights. The concept motorcycle also gets a new handlebar with inversely mounted rear view mirror and a jig-like holder to mount your mobile phone. The front fender, instrument console and headlamp are new too.

Mahindra officials have announced that based on the public response to these two concepts, the company would take final decisions on their production prospects.

Stay tuned to Rushlane as we cover the 2016 Auto Expo LIVE.



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  • Sharan Mudda

    Wow the scrambler looks really well designed…