Is This the Bugatti Veyron of Motorcycles?

The Bugatti Veyron is considered one of the most incredible cars in the world and now Hesketh aims to make their latest offering an equally impressive motorcycle. That's quite a goal considering that they only just launched their first new bike in 32 years. Their last bike was the Hesketh 24 which was launched last year with a production run of, you guessed it, just 24 units. It made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June and has so far managed to sell 16 units leaving some still out there for the taking. It'll cost you about $50,000 if you want to nab one of these exclusive bikes before they're gone, or you can wait for the one they've got planned for 2016. RELATED: See The Electric Harley-Davidson LiveWire That's Got Everyone Buzzing The Hesketh 24 uses an an air-cooled, 2.0-liter V-twin with 123 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque, but what will replace it once that last unit sells will be even better. Speaking to the Telegraph, company owner Paul Sleeman said, "If the 24 is like an Aston Martin, we’re working on a Bugatti Veyron." They won't release the new bike until the 24 sells out, which they expect to happen shortly. The tiny company will then get to work on their new unnamed bike. Considering the company employs just six people and builds and sells all their bikes from one location in Surrey, England, it'll be interesting to see what they manage to pull off. RELATED: See The Slick 2014 Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept by Burov Art Car ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide