Mahindra Supersport Mojo dons a fully faired sporty stance with projector headlamps, LED DRL strips, LED taillight, exciting body graphics
Mahindra Mojo was launched in India back in 2015 with lot of expectation. But the flagship Mahindra bike couldn’t achieve that. However, the homegrown automaker didn’t let hope on it. Even the company has decided to open exclusive Mojo dealerships and launch two new models based on the Mojo, with one being the Mojo Adventure.
Now, Italian automotive designer Oberdan Bezzi has rendered a fully faired Mojo and christened it as Supersport Mojo. With the full fairing and sporty stance, the bike appears very attractive and looks like it is ready to hit the track. As Mahindra has declared it will launch two Mojo based models, we would love to see the Supersport Mojo as one of them.
The rendering image shows the bike with projector headlamps, LED daytime running light, a long visor and turn indicator integrated rear view mirrors attached to that. The fairing enhances the masculinity of the bike and gives it a very sculpted look. It also gets clip-on handlebars, a chunky and large 21-litre capacity fuel tank, split seats with stepped up pillion seat. The tail section is pretty narrow and sports LED taillight.
With the exciting body graphics, the Supersport Mojo rendering looks pretty attractive. Apart from that, the rendering also shows the bike with twin exhausts with black finishing, USD front forks, mono shock rear suspension and sporty yellow alloy wheels wrapped with meaty rubbers. Both the wheels get disc brakes coupled with ABS ensuring improved safety.
The automotive designer didn’t reveal anything about the powertrain, but we can expect it would get the same 295 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that works in the standard Mahindra Mojo. The regular model gets a 6-speed gearbox coupled with the engine. The bike churns out 26.45 bhp of maximum power at 8,000 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. If produced, the Mahindra Supersport Mojo could throw tough challenge to the KTM RC 390.
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