Mahindra’s Mojo will be out tomorrow, But what you see here is the first pictures of the powerful Mojo from Mahindra.
Mahindra Mojo Features:
- 300cc, Liquid Cooled engine
- DOHC technology with 4 valves
- Ducati Energia EFI
- Inverted shock absorbers
- Gas charged Monoshock rear suspensions
- Radial calliper breaking technology
- Tear drop design
- Double barreled exoframe
- Twin retro headlamps with pilot LED’s
- Dual exhausts
- Lightweight alloy wheels
- Digital display
- India’s largest petal disc brakes
- India’s widest rare tyres with tubeless technology
- Led tail lamps
- Mirror mounted indicators
Mahindra Mojo Colors:
SOUL OF A SUPER CAR.
300cc, Liquid Cooled Engine:
More information is out. Mahindra Mojo is not just a bike it has a soul of a super car. The engine comes with a single cylindered, 300cc that takes you to top speed in just few clicks of seconds. It also has the advanced liquid cooling technology keeps this hot head under control at all time. It also given the rider a smoother, more powerful and more streamlined engine with it better cooling efficiency.
DOHC Technology with 4 Valves:
The responsive time will be high with the help of the double overhead camshafts that work inside and facilitate the installation of additional valves result in better combustion. The bike will give you more firepower to burn up the road.
Ducati Energia EFI:
The bike comes with state-of-the-art fuel injection system that is borrowed upfront from the world championship racing bikes to the microprocessor calculate in real time and the air-fuel mixture required for optimum vehicle performance.
Inverted shock absorbers:
Forgive yourself for thinking they are fitted wrong. After all such suspensions are rarely seen on any bike. In fact, you’ll find them only on the purest racing breeds. Unlike the regular suspensions, these ones are equipped with inverted forks. So the heavier components are directly supported by the pivot and not the wheels. This leads to a sturdier suspension and stable yet responsive driving dynamics.
Gas charged Monoshock rear suspension:
Indian roads, meet your worst nightmare. This single rear shock absorber has the uncanny ability of making rough terrain virtually nonexistent. How? Trenched into the core is a special gas chamber that’s capable of altering the effective spring rate and dampening as per the demands of the terrain. Giving you physics-defying stabilisation and surgical precise handling.
Radial calliper breaking technology:
Now, stop with authority. With disc brakes that are fortified with radial callipers similar to that in cars. This technology is responsible for the total elimination of the torsion flex problem that is usually caused by conventional callipers. The outcome: the conversion of smooth potent acceleration into a smoother braking sequence. Within milliseconds.
SUPERCAR. STRIPPED DOWN TO A SUPERBIKE.
Tear drop design:
Nature is imbued with the fundamentals of aerodynamics. And nature is the very essence of the Mojo’s design. This bike is sculpted in the shape of a tear drop, a form conducive to extreme speeds, it is so streamlined, it cuts through the wind at angles that minimize any resistance. It’s probably why this design is adopted by superbike manufacturers across the world.
Double barrelled exoframe:
Perhaps no other bike on Indian roads symbolizes the essence of naked like this one. Just one look and you’ll notice how the Mojo has been stripped down to the bare essentials. Observe how the twin tubular frame juts out from either side in a seriously intimidating fashion. Giving it the road presence of an exotic muscular car.
Retro meets ultramodern in the Mojo. With twin headlamps that think they are floodlights. They ooze style from every pore. Elegantly accommodating a pair of advanced LED pilot lamps right above. These bulbs are stingy when it comes to power consumption. And generous when it comes to illumination. So the next time you venture into the night, you’ll venture out into the day.
The Mojo is all sport. Its exhausts are like rocket tails rearing to take you into orbit. One on each side, they bear a shocking resemblance to every superbike you’ve ever drooled over. But these exhausts don’t just beef up the already dominating looks. They allow for faster release of gasses, improving engine performance. And introduce you to the true sound of exhilaration.
Lightweight alloy wheels:
This bike has superbike written all over it. It comes fitted with racing style alloy wheels to maximize the oomph of the vehicle. They are lightweight yet strong, and dissipate heat much faster, resulting in superior performance.
Want to know how you are doing? The sophisticated display console will be glad to help. It gives you all the vital stats with deadly accuracy. Like speed, fuel gauge, rpm and time. In fact, it even tells you when to shift gears. And comes with a cool blue backlight that looks really hot.
India’s largest petal disc brakes:
To minimize human error, we maximised the margins. These massive 320 mm disc brakes are India’s largest. With a petal design that makes them self-cleansing in nature. It allows them to remove dust, mud particles and water off the surface automatically. Resulting in flawless braking under any conditions. These brakes also dissipate heat faster, have a longer life and come with radial calipers to further enhance performance. So while you’re able to thunder down the road, stopping is lightning fast too.
India’s widest rare tyres with tubeless technology:
It’s another first from this bike, 150 mm wide, rear radials that literally hug the road. They deliver rock solid stability, no matter what the speed. They are also tubeless, eliminating any chance of a high speed blowout.
LED tail lights:
Danger comes without warning. But the news of your braking won’t. The Mojo’s advanced LED tail lights are visible from miles away. Giving the traffic in your rear view mirror ample time to stop.
Mirror mounted indicators:
Here’s a feature that’s straightaway a departure from the ordinary. And a big leap towards safety. Indicators that are mounted on the back of the rear view mirrors. They’re easily visible to the traffic but hard to stop staring at.
|Overall length x width x height in mm||2100 x 830 x 1270|
|Seat Height in mm||820|
|Wheelbase, in mm||1450|
|Minimum ground clearance||150|
|Kerb Weight ( with 90 % fuel, Tools etc)||160|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 Valves – Direct Drive, SI|
|Bore x Stroke||78 mm x 61.2 mm|
|Maximum Power||19.3 kW @ 8500 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||24 N.m @ 7000 rpm|
|Starting System||Self Start|
|Ignition System||ECU (Electronic Control Unit)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity in liters||15.5|
|Transmission Type / Gear Box||Constant Mesh, 6 speed|
|Frame Type||Twin Tube Exposed frame in Steel, Shining yellow painted; Diamond Frame|
|Wheel Type||Alloy Wheel|
|Rim Size (Front / Rear)||Front 2.75 x 17″; Rear 4.00 x 17″|
|Tire Size (Front / Rear) – Tubeless||100/80 – 17″ (Front) 150/60 -17″ (Rear)- radial|
|Brake Type (Front / Rear)||Disc 320 mm (Front); Disc 220 mm (Rear);|
|Suspension Type (Front / Rear)||Inverted fork Telescopic hydraulic-damped (Front); 120 mm stroke Horizontally mounted Mono Shox; air + hydraulic damping. (Rear)|
|Battery||12V, 9 AH; Maintenance Free|
|Head Lamp||Twin Beams; 35W / 35W X 2; Halogen Bulb (Multi Reflector Type)|
|Marker / Pilot Lamps||4 LED’s each side, above twin beam Head Lights|
|Tail Lamp||LED based (with 12 LED’s)|
Mahindra Mojo Gallery – High Resolutions: