Launched back in 2015, the Mahindra Mojo has not managed to achieve expectation of the company. In spite of that, Mahindra has not lost hope, and continue to develop the brand. Just recently, they announced the launch of exclusive Mojo dealerships, where only Mojo customers will be entertained.
In addition to that, Mahindra has also gone on record and stated that based on the Mojo platform, at least two more motorcycles will be launched in the future. Could one of them be a fully faired variant of the Mojo? Well, that question can be answered later. For now, Italian designer – Oberdan Bezzi has come up with a digital render of what could be called as the Supersport Mojo.
The Supersport Mojo gets a fully faired fairing in the front, projector headlamps with LED DRL strips, clip-on handle bars, upside down forks, disc brakes with ABS, mono shock rear suspension, split seats, LED tail lights, new graphics, twin exhaust with black finish, fairing mounted rear view mirrors with embedded turn indicators.
Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 295cc single cylinder engine producing 27 PS power and 30 NM torque. Developed in-house, Mahindra Mojo is designed based on technology derived from Mahindra Racing Moto3 world championship bikes. It sports features which are result of inputs from their engineers at Mahindra Racing Team, like Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres, braking system, exhaust, to name a few.
It boasts of a 21 litre fuel tank, the largest in its class, thus ensuring longer distances on road. It is also the handlebar and footrest placement offered on Mahindra Mojo that ensures upright riding stance adding to better comfort on long distance riding.
Aimed at a niche set of customers in the country, the new Mahindra Mojo competes against the likes of KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR250R.