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Confederate Renovatio Concept Motorcycle

Confederate Renovatio Concept Motorcycle

Even crazier than Confederate's Wraith motorcycle, the Renovatio (Latin for "Rebirth") concept sports a minimalist-industrial look that lacks a traditional frame and puts everything out on display like a drunk stripper. But it doesn't just look like a Satan-approved machine, it's got all the evil power you could ever need — 150 hp standard or 190 hp supercharged, thanks to its water-cooled V-twin engine that's derived from the Corvette's LS7 V8.

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