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Mahindra takes the new MGP30 and Formula E car for a spin at BIC

Mahindra takes the new MGP30 and Formula E car for a spin at BIC

Snapshot: The MGP30 motorcycle has received a new engine, gearbox and aerodynamic packages that have been tuned and matched to the chassis and electrical components by vigorous research and development.

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Mahindra Racing unveiled their 2016 MotoGP motorcycle and Formula E car at the Autoexpo recently. These machines are meant only for tracks and so Mahindra Racing recently took them out for a spin on the Buddh International Circuit. Mahindra is the only manufacturer from India to have built racing motorcycle that will compete in world MotoGP championship. The motorcycle has been MGP30 and we have already had a glimpse of the same at the 2016 AutoExpo.

The MGP30 motorcycle has received a new engine, gearbox and aerodynamic packages that have been tuned and matched to the chassis and electrical components by vigorous research and development. Apart from the above upgrades, the MGP30 now also has a new double exhaust system which is exclusively developed by Arrow.

Currently Mahindra is the only Indian brand to have their own racing team that competes in the World MotoGP championship.

We loved the new MGP30 and do let us know your views on Mahindra’s new MGP30 and Formula E car in the comment section below. 

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