Concept motorcycles promise to take us where we’ve never dreamed in terms of technology an d handling, and this new idea for Mercedes-Benz is no different. Designed by Alfonso Nuñez Perea as a motorcycle concept for the year 2030, the Revenge concept motorcycle features a rider integration in specially made handlebars as well as unique body construction that makes you want to get on and ride.
Like most concept motorcycles, such as the Husqvarna series of concepts or the Full Moon concept bike, the Revenge imagines how life will be in the future when technology is more integrated into the human experience. With elastic handles that adapt to the user’s hand for better security and handling in place of traditional handles, this bike is meant to connect the bike and rider for the ultimate riding experience.
The bike itself is separated into 2 parts for the kind of superior handling and maneuverability that you see in sports and racing motorcycles, like the Suzuki 2015 Hayabusa or the Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ABS. This would be a major innovation to motorcycle design, and a true futuristic feature.
The designer recommends it as part of a new Mercedes Line, the Benz Class 1. Currently still a concept, it was proposed at a training session for Advanced Industrial Design in Argentina.
Check out the designer’s site to see this and other motorcycle concepts that plan to take us into the future!
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