Mutt’s GT-SS platform remains true to the style of yesteryear. In addition to the classic silhouette of the cafe Racer, the British brand is finishing the retro roadster with chrome inlays. Mutt’s new GT-SR combines vintage vibes with a new rebellious spirit.
Taking its dark side into account, the GT-SR advertises a matte black base, contrasting silver graphics, and darkened trim. Mutt leaves no trace of the official GT-SS uniform.
The GT-SR may borrow details from other retro models like Fat Sabbath and Mongrel, but it creates its own personality with a 130-section rear tire and a 120-section front tire spanning 18-inch wire-spoke wheels. Meanwhile, a low center of gravity and a three-gallon gas tank makes the modern-classic practical for everyday drivers. The all-new LED headlights and indicators not only update the appearance but also improve visibility on the road.
“Available in 125cc and 250cc variants, the GT-SR is designed for a wide range of urban and novice riders. Both engines feature the Delphi fuel injection system. Each GT-SR transmits power to the rear wheel through a five-speed transmission.”
The 125cc version is suitable for smaller riders with a curb weight of 280 pounds and a seat height of 31.1 inches, but its 250cc counterpart only increases those numbers to 309 pounds of weight and a rack height of 31.9 inches. The GT-SR 125cc sells for £3,695, while the 250cc spec GT-SR raises the price to £4,500.