Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept

Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg doesn't build anything but four-wheeled, two-doored supercars. This Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept shows what a two-wheeled take might look like. Moscow-based designer Maxim Burov imagines the bike as a sleek affair, with wrap-around bodywork that hides the gas tank, engine, and the majority of the rest of the bike's components. The single seat is as short and stout as the bike itself, which lacks a windshield, and, for now, a working prototype.

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