In recent years, automakers are paying more and more attention to the world of motorcycles. Some are already taking advantage of this market for a long time. However, premium manufacturers such as Lamborghini are still new in this regard. Still, some enthusiasts have envisioned concepts that might give insight to certain brands, such as Audi or Porsche.
Lamborghini’s Diavel S
Some rumors indicate that the Italian supercar brand is planning to switch to two-wheeled vehicles. In fact, a Lamborghini lineup is in development for the Ducati Diavel S. This motorcycle will be produced in a limited edition with a specific color “Gea Green”. This is the first vehicle with a motorcycle license plate from this automotive giant.
It is equipped with the same engine as the classic twin-cylinder Testastretta DVT. However, it will produce about 160 horsepower. In addition, new elements were installed on the motorcycle. It’s all about the forged wheels, the carbon tank, a TF screen and of course the Lamborghini logo.
Futuristic design of the dream motorcycle for Porsche
Exploring the Porsche spirit in a futuristic motorcycle is the concept of Miguel Agnel Bahri, who created the 618 Electric Motorcycle. This model is inspired by iconic Porsche vehicles, including the 911, 919 and 918. Electric develops 160 horsepower. Its peculiarity lies in the level of the steering wheel and the differentiated front shock absorber. In addition, this tool can be connected to a Smartphone.
Because it’s an electric motorcycle, it benefits from ample storage rather than a warehouse. The designer actually lowered the battery so that the center of gravity is closest to the ground.
Supersport 10R imagined for Audi
The Audi Supersport 10R was designed by 22-year-old designer Alessandro Lupo. The design of the motorcycle was inspired by the Ducati Panigale 1199. However, instead of Ducati’s V2, this Superbike has a 1000cc V4 engine. It also features Ohlins’ latest suspension technology. Tires from Pirelli, brakes from Brembo. The bike is mostly made of aluminum for better handling.
Note that the concept of two wheels is not new to Audi. As a matter of fact, a project was initiated by this manufacturer in the 1970s. ThisAudi Z02. The Audi 50 was equipped with a 4-cylinder engine. Unfortunately, it never went into production.
Photos: Lamborghini / Miguel Agnel Bahri / Alessandro Lupo