Should Koenigsegg Build this Motorcycle Concept?
Koenigsegg makes supercars, and very fast ones at that. The talked-about-in-whispers Agera One:1 boasts 1,341 horsepower and will put you down the road at a screaming 273 mph. They don’t however build motorcycles – at least none they’ve told the world about – but that could change soon. This fine shape is known simply as the Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept. It was penned by Russian render artist Burov Art, and the fact that it’s quite a pretty thing probably hasn’t escaped you. RELATED: Check out the striking 1,341-horsepower Koenigsegg Agera One:1
Admittedly, there isn’t anything present that you could point at with certainty and say, “That’s pure Koenigsegg,” save for maybe the coat of arms badge, but a familiar design language persists. The fore of the bike sports a tightly packaged carbon fiber fairing, concealing an unknown engine. We’re guessing it’s neither a supercharged or twin-turbocharged V8 though. Pity.
A stylish yet simple over-under headlight illuminates the front, while further at the back, double barrel exhausts keep that shotgun motif rolling. The bike features a sharply chopped tail, digital instrument readout, is sprung in the back by a pair of icy blue shocks, and sits on sticky Bridgestone Potenza rubber.
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It bears a resemblance to the tasty Martini-liveried Lotus C-01 motorcycle we saw earlier this year, though since it isn't an in-house Koenigsegg render ... there's little chance it will ever get a production date. Heck, we say build it and let the two race! Lotus versus Koenigsegg, who'll win?
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