Submitted by Lee Thompson, this concept motorcycle design was inspired by MZ concept, keeping MZ DNA, it also features Streetfighter characteristics. You can read his explanation below.
I recently saw an MZ concept article here and was impressed, however looking at a design in today’s and 5 years time or so design I feel an MZ RvR 800 V-twin (not a Ducati) would be the way to go. Make it different but with a slightly Street fighter/ custom street appeal, but keep a little of the MZ DNA. The frame DNA and a close color flash back to the old blue and the bike would then start to establish an MZ identity, maybe the offering of something unique for example a retracting pillion seat.
The street type custom image leans towards a cut down solo seat look, but what happens when the question of two up riding is asked for? I believe an aggressive stance should be considered so establish an identity, also maybe an introduction (in this case Green) an idea not just to offset plainness but establish an identity whilst offering the possibility of other or alternative customer options to. The exhausts are uncomplicated but again an alternative and identifying attribute to the RvR along with the single sided tube type swinging arm.
Designer : Lee Thompson
The mirrors are mounted on the front type wing to offer maximum rear view and less predominance of the overall look. The engine consideration best for the market would be a 600/800cc with enforces on a crisp and responsive performance that 70-75 and 95-100 bhp should cover admirably. Could MZ do this alone? Questionable, but with resent car manufacturers increasingly showing interest in the motorcycle market who says it would be impossible.
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MV 800 RvR Twin Concept Motorcycle by Lee Thompson is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design