The all new Mahindra Racing Moto 3 machine, the Mahindra MGP3O, which has been developed jointly by Mahindra and Italy’s 2 wheeler specialist firm, Engines Engineering. The Mahindra MGP3O is powered by the Mahindra-homologated 250cc, 4-stroke fuel-injected single cylinder engine, developed with engine and Formula One racing specialists, Oral Engineering. The engine is packaged inside a tubular steel chassis while the swing arm has been crafted out of lightweight aluminum. In 2012, Mahindra Racing will participate in the Moto3 World Championship, as well as the Italian Championship in the 125cc class with an Indian rider for the very first time.
The 2-wheeler segment of the Mahindra Group will re-introduce the Stallio motorcycle in the fiscal year of 2013. There still is hope for the Stallio it would seem.
Also on display at the Mahindra 2 Wheeler booth is the Mojo 300 cc liquid-cooled DOHC engine performance super bike prototype.
Straight from the press release. Prototype, is what the Mojo is now. We doubt if the Mojo is coming anytime next year. We did seriously consider jumping onto the bike, kicking it off the stand and riding away.
Mahindra 2 Wheelers also had on display the recently launched Duro DZ as well as the assortment of other scooter from their stable.