Jaguar Project 7MC Concept Motorcycle

Jan 5, 2015

Category: Rides

Free from the real-world constraints that too often hamper the creation of a new vehicle, Hungarian Designer Tamas Jakus has created a dazzling concept motorcycle, combining two badass British-born vehicles into one dream machine. Behold the Jaguar Project 7MC.

This killer combo takes the Triumph Speed Triple and a roadster version of Jaguar’s F Type Project 7 to form a beautiful bike. The Triple’s tubular steel frame is in effect, but there’s no shortage of Jaguar design elements visible here, including the sport windshield, dual “insect” headlights, a new-look fuel tank, a handful of Jaguar shield emblems, and 5-spoke carbon wheels instead of the Triple’s sport rims. If this beauty ever does progress out of concept stage, you won’t be giving any friends a ride; the Jaguar Project 7MC is built for single riders only.

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