Meet Mahindra Mojo Super Sport 300: Oberdan Bezzi recently worked on the popular Mahindra Mojo and digitally rendered the same to get this beautiful Mahindra Mojo Super Sport to the fans.
Keeping two of the most important elements (exhaust design and twin frame under fuel tank) same, he has replaced most of the parts with Super Sport style elements on the rendering.
Mahindra Mojo is originally fitted with most premium components like USD forks, Pirelli tyres and dual exhaust. The digital rendering also comes with the same premium components on its body.
The front witnessed a major change with sharp twin LED headlight that replaces the twin round halogen headlamps. The symmetry goes further with a perfect fairing that has small heat escaping space.
The engine is liquid cooled and fuel injected, further keeping things cool inside the engine bay. The motorcycle gets Black exhaust and carries Neon Green alloy wheels with five spokes on the SuperSport version. The tail has even been edited for a raised dual seat layout and given a sharp design for better looks.
Mahindra Mojo is one of the most feature-rich bikes in its segment. It is a great machine that comes powered by a 294.72 cc, single cylinder engine producing 26.82 BHP at 8000 rpm and 30 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and claims a top speed of 155 kmph in the stock version.
This fairing could help the motorcycle gain more speed while its stock weight of 182 kg would even go up by around few kilograms. Mahindra has used a huge 21 liter fuel tank that may help the Mojo Super Sport 300 get around 600 kilometers on a single refill.
Thank you so much Manoj Bhuyan for sharing the rendered image of Mahindra Mojo Super Sport by Oberdan Bezzi