Audi RB-1200 S Performance Bike Concept

If BMW does it, why wouldn’t Audi ? We are talking about the production of sport bikes, and this new design from the mind of Gavin Harvey combines different sports car elements to create a pretty ingenious piece of work. It’s called the Audi RB-1200 S and it definitely gets our seal of approval.

The Audi RB-1200 S has R8 lights and new front brakes colored in the now famous Audi red. Splashed across the front is Audi’s well-known four circles engraved into the metal. The bike’s seat will be made from leather and will also have carbon fiber detail. Right under the seat, along with the rear lights, is where the designer envisioned the location of a twin exhaust.

Harvey’s design may be a work of art, but we’ve seen renderings of Audi bikes before and nothing much has come of them. Maybe we’ll get lucky with the Audi RB 1200 S. So, what do you think? Should Audi start developing sports bikes?


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The performance bike concept by Garvin Harvey uses details from Audi cars, such as the lights from the R8 model to link the bike to the car, as StayOnTheBlack reports.

the overall design seems to be inspired by the famous Auto Union D-Type race cars from the 1930s.

growing popularity of motorbikes among young auto enthusiasts has attracted the attention of big car makers as well as designers, looking to add luxury to the thrill of biking.

Its just such details that let one sense the closeness to professional racing and Urs Erbacher’s obsession to detail, a man who likes to pilot his 8,000 PS powerful Top Fuel Dragster to FIA European championship titles

growing popularity of motorbikes among young auto enthusiasts has attracted the attention of big car makers as well as designers, looking to add luxury to the thrill of biking.

This Concept bike design was part of an ergonomics and styling exercise which involved constructing a full scale ergonomic rig, and a line Photoshop drawing of design of a futuristic design that could be used in todays market, also choose a brand which the design could be styled around.

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