Mahindra Two Wheelers showcased two concepts based on the Mojo and an all electric scooter, GenZE 2.0. The one that grabbed all the attention was Mojo Scrambler concept, which is stripped down version of the regular Mahindra Mojo. What really stands out is its exposed frame, half-length mudguard, round headlamp and the twin LED tail lights. To add a touch of class, the Scrambler comes with brown coloured leather seat upholstery and then it goes all retro with all black chassis, fork and engine while the head is red. Instrument cluster too is different in comparison to the stock model.
The Adventure concept, on the other hand, is all about off-roading and that’s why is gets increased ground clearance. As it is all about making your path where there are no roads, it comes with Knobby tyres that are ideal for such an adventure sports model. It gets the typical floating front mud guard and the luggage can be strapped on to the pillion seat or on the side. As its an adventure bike, the front forks have longer travel.
Unfortunately we can’t get into the engine specifications of both these concepts as Mahindra didn’t reveal them. But the good news is that the company is seriously contemplating in making these concepts into production ready motorcycles.
Mahindra also unveiled the all electric GenZe 2.0 scooter which uses a removable lithium-ion battery that can be recharged at any standard electrical outlet. A complete charge takes only three-and-a-half hours. It covers 48.3 km on a single charge. It also has the ability to handle payload capacity of up to 34 kilograms. As an urban vehicle, it travels up to a maximum speed of 48.3 km/h.