Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept by Burov Art

Dec 8, 2014

Category: Rides

If the designers at Koenigsegg, the Swedish manufacturer of high-performance sports cars, decided to channel their considerable engineering know-how into the world of motorcycles, this is what we might see.

At least it’s what Russian designer Burov Art thinks we might see, as he’s come up with this dazzling concept for a Koenigsegg-branded bike. This totally unique look is achieved through a series of styling choices, including an ultra-short tail, almost fully enclosed fairings, some small rear dual exhausts, old school dual rear shocks, and the less-is-more headlight styling. We’d imagine, being a Koenigsegg, there would be no shortage of high-tech and lightweight materials that, when paired with a predictably fierce engine, would result in a blistering trip down the freeway.

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