Mondial announce HPS300 and future plans
Historic manufacturer Mondial announced their return in 2015, with the unveiling of the Hipster 125 and Hipster 250. In 2016 they also revealed the Supermoto 125 and Enduro 125, and now, at this week’s Milan Show, they’ve announced plans for the HPS300.
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Mondial haven’t released much information about the new bike, just a basic spec sheet, which tells us the new model will be powered by a four valve DOHC single cylinder engine producing a claimed 25bhp and 16ftlb of torque.
There’s no word on when we can expect to see the HPS300 in production or how much it will cost, but it looks cool, which counts for something, right?
Alongside the HPS300, Mondial also showed the Sport Classic concept, which will be available in both 125 and 300cc variants when it makes it to production, which the firm say will be spring 2018.
Mondial are also planning to release a further five models in the near future; theScrambler 125/300, Streetfighter, 125/300 and Café Racer 400/650. Alongside those single cylinder models are the Streetfighter and Supersport 600, which will be powered by twin cylinder engines.