There are a lot of things you might call the Prombron Dartz, but small, cheap and svelte are certainly not among them. The massive SUV is about as brutal as they are Latvian, and while Dartz has ventured into territory more elegant with the concept of the nail, which is little more than a cut-down Prombron made for towing motorboats. This, however, is quite another.
Looking like something you might expect to see in the archives or Giugiaro Bertone (or on the set of the upcoming Alien Vs. Predator films), the Mojo is a new roadster developed by Dartz. The shape is both curved and angular (and strange …), with the engine exposed in the back (even if you do not know yet which engine that is) and two motorcycle-style exhaust systems projecting into the air. A glass canopy can be closed or slide backwards for motoring input, output and fresh air. There is also an electric version in the works called Jo-mojo. Funny names foreskin because, unlike some of its other offerings, this vehicle really is not covered with Dartz. At least, we assume it is not.