Mahindra Mojo Café Racer Concept Looks Truly Interesting – Rendering

Mahindra Mojo Café Racer rendering shows it with a new headlamp and instrument cluster, new brown leather seat and multi-spoke wheels

Italian automotive designer Oberdan Bezzi is known for his range of renderings based on Mahindra motorcycles, specially the Mojo. The latest one he has rendered is the Mojo café racer. The rendered motorcycle carries design elements from the standard Mahindra Mojo and blends them perfectly with distinctive styling. It doesn’t appear with a typical retro café racer style, rather it can be called a neo-café racer with blend of modern and retro styling.

Up front, the Mahindra Mojo café racer concept sheds the aggressive dual headlamp of the standard model and incorporates a round shaped large headlamp to give it the retro look. The headlamps sports chrome bezel enhancing the shininess. It gets a new dual-pod instrument cluster ditching the regular model’s analog-digital combo display.

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Mahindra Mojo gets a large 21-litre fuel tank that helps the rider to ride a long range without refueling. The rendering shows the fuel tank subtly changed and the brown leather seat appears retro looking. The tail section looks narrow and sharper, while the dual exhausts enhancing the masculine appeal of the bike gets metal finish.

Both the front and rear fenders have been shortened compared to the standard Mojo. The rendered bike gets multi-spoke wheels wrapped with meaty rubbers. For braking duty it relies on disc brakes on both ends and on the suspension front, the Mahindra Mojo café racer concept gets USD front forks and monoshock rear suspension.

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The standard Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 295 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine coupled with a 6-speed transmission. The engine is capable of churning out 26.45 bhp of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. The bike returns 25 kmpl of fuel efficiency and it can run at a top speed of 147 kmph. Considering the fact that the designer didn’t mention about any powertrain change, we assume the café racer concept bears the same engine with unchanged power and torque output.

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Source: Motosketches