The General Motors Aerotrain was an experimental direction taken by GM in the mid-1950’s, it was designed by legendary car-man Chuck Jordan, the classic 50’s American car influence is clearly apparent in its conceptualisation from tip to tail.
Luca Bar is the head designer at BAR Design, he is well known for producing stunning and unique motorcycle designs, largely based on pre-existing models from various manufacturers. His work with the V7 Moto Guzzi is greatly appealing to me, it seems to blend just the right amount of retro with more than enough modern engineering to keep even hard core super bike fiends happy.
The Holden Torana GTR-X Concept was developed by Holden in 1970, it very nearly made it into production however concerns existed that Australia’s relatively low population (at the time) couldn’t sustain a production run. This point…
This stunning buggy is, very sadly, not real. I was crushingly disappointed although I should probably have realised that a turbine powered desert buggy would probably be illegal in every country except Somalia. I had initially thought it might be a modern reinterpretation of Steve McQueen’s famous Baja Boot buggy.
1986 saw the unveiling of the first and only Lamborghini motorcycle, the 6 concept bikes were built by French company Boxer Design
The original BMW 328 was built between 1936 and 1940, it was a highly advanced car for the time featuring a space frame chassis, remarkably good handling and a hemispherical combustion chamber engine.
BMW make some of the best motorcycles on the planet, from the rampaging precision of the BMW S 1000 RR to the circumnativating R 1200 GS. The BMW Lo-Rider Concept bike was introduced in Milan…