Mahindra showcased an adventure-tourer and a scrambler based on the newly launched Mojo with only cosmetic changes. The original Mojo was showcased in a few new body colours.
Mahindra is finally getting the expected response for its two-wheelers with the Gusto and the Centuro. The Indian automaker recently launched the much awaited Mojo after years of testing on different terrains and the bike was appreciated by everyone. Looking at this, the automaker has showcased an adventure tourer and a scrambler version of the Mojo along with new body colours at the 2016 Auto Expo.
Engine and most of other mechanical aspects remain unchanged on these versions of the Mahindra Mojo. The adventure tourer looks nothing like the original bike with the vertically placed dual projector lamps, windshield and spoked wheels with knobby tyres while the scrambler has a new seat similar to the Ducati Scrambler along with new headlamps and instrument console. The original Mojo was showcased in yellow, red and a new dual tone paint job. These design studies will be turned into production variants if they receive good response from the visitors.
– Mahindra showcased a number of customised Mojo bikes at the Auto Expo
– The adventure tourer gets dual projector lamps, windshield and spoked wheels
– The scrambler version comes with a new seat, headlamps and instrument console