Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Amir Glinik began researching his Ferrari motorcycle project back in 2005, worked on some of the sketches in 2006 and has been updating and evolving the project ever since. ‘Vintage and modern Ferrari projects influence my design. 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 the engine and driveline,’ says Glinik. 'When you think of a Ferrari motorcycle, you probably imagine a V12 hanging between two wheels, but that was not my idea. For me, it was slicing a V4 out of one of the bigger Ferrari engines,’ says Glinik, who’s used an imaginary V4 based on the Ferrari Enzo’s mighty V12.
Looks amazing! Like an updated revision of Kaneda's bike from Akira!