Zero's SR/F didn't need any help in the performance department — its 82kW electric motor produces enough power and torque to propel the bike to 124 mph in a hurry. So Untitled went to work on the body, instead, creating the XP as a representation of the future of motorcycles. The seat shell, nose, bellypan, and fork brackets are all custom CNC'd from 6061 aerospace aluminum, and, along with some CNC'd polymer panels, receive a "ghost gray" aircraft paint job befitting their spaceship-like design. Other modifications were made to the frame, Showa forks, and controls. Housed inside a custom top bracket, Motogadget Motoscope Mini LED and Dot-matrix 'D/N' displays serve to make this futuristic vision all the more real.
Photos: Simone Mancini, Ludovic Robert / Untitled Motorcycles