Although it wears the BMW badge, this is a concept bike created by a group of design students at ISD of Valenciennes, France. Called the “BMW HP Kunst”, the whole concept spins around the idea of hydrogen power, so it features the fuel cell where you’ll normally find the internal combustion engine on a regular motorcycle, a 20-liter cryogenic tank and a lithium polymer battery pack for electrical energy supply.

The French students do offer a glimpse in the ecological future of motorcycles, but the thing still had to look good and perform even better. Being asymmetric, dynamic and featuring electronic brakes and controls as well as electromagnetic suspensions, we believe this is an overall great concept motorcycle with good chances to hit production if BMW ever thinks to turn their research effort on hydrogen into something profitable.

Source: autoblog

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  (570) posted on 02.24.2011

hmm sound menacing and promising.. so what are the purpose of the BMW O series?

  (630) posted on 02.24.2011

The standard 5GT remains the number one car of choice for the ones who want a 5 series that is both classy and sporty. This attempted uplift appears to want to market the car amongst the BMW fans who always want to see the BMW design as a sport car.

  (344) posted on 03.10.2010

Is that for real? An amazing invention. At first I thought I was seeing a high tech bike from the future.

Rod  (825) posted on 03.9.2010

Yep sure looks good.

Rod  (815) posted on 02.28.2010

well I must admit that it was quite a good bike, it has a futuristic looking. building a future bike for such a young mind..

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