Mahindra owned Classic Legends, which holds the license to market Jawa motorcycles in India and Asian markets, is all set to unveil the new Jawa 300 motorcycle on 15 November. IAB designer has rendered the Jawa 300 Roadster in a beautiful way.
The digital rendering of the Jawa 300 Roadster (speculative name) takes inspiration from the Jawa 350 OHC that is on sale in the European markets. The India-spec Jawa 300 Roadster is IAB’s take on a modern-retro street bike embedded with the new 293 cc heart.
The Jawa 300 Roadster features a kidney-shaped fuel tank, round headlight, minimal side panels, chopped rear fender and an elongated single-piece seat. The motorcycle comes with a wide handlebar, pillion grab rail, twin-pod clocks, and a conventional taillight. Keeping the neo-classic design intact, the 300 Roadster is shod with telescopic front forks and twin coil-spring shock absorbers at the back.
The Jawa 300 Roadster uses 18-inch wire-spoke wheels that wrap with dual-purpose tyres. Braking is aided by disc brakes at both the ends, with standard ABS. Powering the 300 Roadster will be a 293 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, fuel injected, BSVI-compliant engine that is tuned to produce 27 bhp of maximum power and a peak torque of 28 Nm mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
According to the release by Classic Legends, the engine is an all-new unit and isn’t related to the Mahindra Mojo’s powertrain. The motor is tuned to provide strong mid-range and a flat torque curve, while the acoustics team has worked relentlessly to get the signature Jawa exhaust note right.
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