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BMW Wahnsinn concept motorbike

BMW Wahnsinn concept motorbike

BMW Wahnsinn concept motorbike
Make BMW
Model Wahnsinn
Concept year 2003
Production year -
Engine Fuel cell

The BMW Wahnsinn ('insanity' in German) was a 2003 concept motorcycle designed by Jiro Arborgh.

The BMW Wahnsinn is a fuel cell powered motorbike intended for the urban rider. Its design is intended to highlight advanced technology, while retaining the essence of conventional motorcycles.

The BMW Wahnsinn is an attractive concept which uses an unusual, single-sided, hub-centre steering system. The bodywork, seat and engine cover has a sleek and clean appearance which hides the majority of the mechanical elements. At the rear of the BMW Wahnsinn concept, the innovative brake light wraps around the single, central-exit exhaust.

The Wahnsinn concept was developed with assistance from designers at BMW Motorrad.

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