Using drive-by-wire technology, the V4 superbike features hand controls adapted from an F-16 fighter jet and buttons based on those found on the steering wheel of Ferrari’s Formula 1 racecars. Other controls for the sound system and trip computer are located on an all weather touchscreen.
“Vintage and modern Ferrari projects influence my design,” Glinik notes. “It’s a mix of what I find to be the best Ferrari lines with the latest technology I could think of in terms of engine, gear and driving management.” He has also made a version in bright yellow. As far as how fast it goes and how much the bike would cost, we can only speculate about very big numbers in both cases. We have no idea if Glinik’s V4, which he’s been working on for the past few years, will ever reach the production stage, but we think he’s got a real winner here.
Ferrari, as we all know, have very Italian designs for their supercars, so a motorcycle should be similar. Aerodynamic, stylish and totally like nothing else on the market. To this, Glinik has succeeded without any doubts.
Using a modified “V4” based on the engine of a Ferrari Enzo car, Glinik dreamed up this incredibly beautiful and sleek motorcycle:
Wouldn’t this be a great addition to the super motorcycles already in existence. Obviously its cost will be sky high, but if you have to ask, you can’t afford it anyway. Only the likes of Tom Cruise or Brad Pitt could…
This is a very pretty rendition of a Ferrari motorcycle… bravo!
And as a rebellion to the Ferrari-red purists, he has even designed a yellow version
Designer: Amir Glinik