Autologue Design is one of the fantabulous customizers present in the Indian automobile industry. They never cease to amaze the motorcycle fans in the country and this time, in a collaboration with Mahindra 2-Wheelers, they have worked on the Mojo 300, which is a highly capable motorcycle. The end product has been christened as Mojo Xplorer 300 and it is has been specifically designed to rule over all kinds of terrains. Here is the official video released by Autologue Design:
Mahindra Mojo Xplorer 300 Unleashed by Autologue Design
Video Source: Autologue Design (Instagram)
In addition to the Xplorer 300, Autologue is also working on another Mojo project called the Ultimate Mojo, which they have teased at the end of the reveal video of the body kit. Here are the teaser images:
According to the details available, the Mojo Xplorer 300 body kit by Autologue Design was limited to just 15 units and all of them got sold out in a matter of just a few hours. The booking amount was INR 5,000 while the preorder price of the body kit was INR 15,000. At present, the retail price stands at INR 20,000 while the kit will also be available at the authorized Mahindra Mojo dealerships in the coming weeks.
Talking about the key details, the body kit includes a headlamp cover, a tank cover, side panels, relocation brackets and a wind visor. In addition to these components, a lot of other additional optional parts will also be available and showcased at the Mahindra Mojo dealerships. For further inquiries and details regarding the Mahindra Mojo Xplorer 300, you can contact:
Autologue Design (Pune)
- Address: 803, The Parkland, Baner, Pune, Maharashtra
- Phone: 099233 42606
- Instagram | Official Website
Mahindra Mojo Xplorer 300 Photos
Mechanically, there are no changes and the motorcycle continues to be powered by the same 294.72cc, BS6-compliant, fuel-injected, DOHC, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. The bike generates 25.35 HP of maximum power at 7300 rpm and 25.96 Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm. In comparison, the BS4 model was good for 25.93 HP of maximum power at 7500 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed transmission.
In one of the other updates, Autologue Design recently unveiled a modified version of Duke 200 and the customizers have christened it as BWG 200. The body kit of this perfectly modified Duke 200 is claimed to feature 80% 3D-printed parts. Autologue also uploaded a quick video of KTM BWG 200 featuring the vlogger Priyanka Kochhar, who is popularly known as ‘BikeWithGirl’ on YouTube. You can click on the banner below for complete detail on the BWG 200.