The Ferrari V4 superbike concept is a design created independently
of Ferrari by Israeli designer Amir Glinik.
While the styling of the Ferrari V4 motorcycle might be
controversial to say the least, it certainly stands out
from the crowd. And in part that's what a Ferrari is supposed
to do. The aesthetics of the Ferrari V4 motorbike have
been influenced by both classic and modern Ferrari vehicles,
but revised and repackaged into a motorcycle.
Under the highly curvaceous bodywork of the Ferrari V4
motorcycle is, unsurprisingly a V4 engine. This unit is
derived from the Ferrari Enzo V12 block, which has been
cut down and redesigned into a V-four cylinder configuration.
The engine features ride-by-wire throttle control and
is mated to a mono-block gearbox that support the swing
One of the more unusual features of the Ferrari V4 superbike
is is adjustable ride-height suspension and dampening
control. Riders can choose from two separate ride heights
and two shock damping styles for each ground clearance
The brakes of the Ferrari V4 superbike concept consist
of radial mounted discs and twin calipers
up front. Both front and rear brakes are electronically
operated and computer controlled to provide optimal braking
under all road and weather conditions.
A weatherproof touch screen display is mounted flush into
the top of the fuel tank, directly in front of the rider.
From this interface the rider can manage bike systems
or monitor information and
diagnostic information, including; radio, GPS, anti-theft
device, RPM, speed, and current gear.
Other concept motorbikes
BMW IMME 1200
Honda Concept 1
Victory Vision 800
Yamaha Maxam 3000