2018 Paris Motor Show: Mahindra Mojo based Peugeot P2x Cafe Racer and Roadster concepts image gallery
Mahindra owned Peugeot took the 2018 Paris Motor Show as a platform to showcase its upcoming P2x cafe racer and roadster concepts. As seen from the images, the Mahindra owned Peugeot P2X Roadster and Cafe Racer concepts come equipped with LED lights, upside down forks and petal discs, which look identical to the ones offered on the Mahindra Mojo. Further, the roadster runs on alloys whereas the cafe racer concept is being offered with spoke wheels. The equipment list includes LED tail lights, digital instrumentation and also GPS navigation with Bluetooth connectivity options. Also, both the concepts are offered with dual-channel ABS. However, unlike the Mahindra Mojo that gets a monoshock, the P2x bikes are offered with conventional shock absorbers in the rear. Here is a detailed image gallery of both the concepts.
The Peugeot P2x cafe racer concept comes with upside down forks, LED lights, petal disc brakes and alloy wheels.
The Peugeot P2x cafe racer does look interesting with the stubby silencer and tyre hugger
The Peugeot P2x concepts shown at the 2018 Paris Motor Show are being offered in two versions, the cafe racer and the roadster
The Peugeot P2x roadster comes with a distinct styling in terms of an different fuel tank design, spoke wheels, tan seats and other bits
The upside down forks, petal disc brakes and the engine design look similar to that offered on the Mahindra Mojo
The concepts come with dual-channel ABS
Unlike the Mahindra Mojo that gets a monoshock, the P2x bikes are offered with conventional shock absorbers in the rear.
Powering both the concepts is a single-cylinder 300cc engine. And that's the only bit that has been confirmed by Peugeot at the motor show.
It is being said that the engine that will offered on the P2X machines have been heavily re engineered by the Mahindra racing team to make it comply with Euro-V emission norms.
We believe this unit should be similar to the one offered on the Mahindra Mojo. This one makes 27PS and generates 30Nm paired with a 6-speed transmission
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