Mahindra Two Wheelers launched its flagship motorcycle, Mojo, with an introductory price of Rs 1.58 lakh in the country on 15 October.

The deliveries just started and Mahindra is gearing up to enter the premium motorcycle segment abroad, which includes Latin America, South East Asia and North Africa, with its newly launched Mojo model reports Economic Times.

"Export is a good opportunity. We are certainly looking at exporting Mojo to markets in Latin America, South East Asia and North Africa," Rajesh Jejurikar, M&M President and Chief Executive (Farm Equipment & Two Wheeler Division), told PTI.

The new motorcycle's primary focus will remain in the country. "By the middle of next year, we should start the exports," Jejurikar added.

The Mojo motorcycle had benefitted from the technologies developed by Mahindra Racing, the motorsports wing of the manufacturer participating in FIM Moto3 and FIA Formula-e. The ET report says the braking, ride quality and suspension besides co-axial fitting of the engine of Mojo are derived from the racing bikes.

Currently, Mahindra Two Wheelers has presence in 17 countries across South Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America. The Pune-based manufacturer also exports nearly 3,000 units of two-wheelers a month at present.

The flagship motorcycle Mojo is powered by a 292cc single-cylinder. The liquid-cooled engine develops 27bhp at 8,000rpm and 30Nm torque at 5,500rpm. The power is transmitted via six-speed constant mesh transmission.

The Mojo measures 2,100mm in length, 800mm in width and 1165.5mm in height. The tourer has a wheelbase of 1,465 mm and seat height 814.5 mm with a ground clearance of 173.5 mm. The two-wheeler comes with a fuel tank capacity of 21-litres and has a dry weight of 165 kg.