Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Welcome to one magnificent looking BMW concept bike. It’s white, it’s blue, it’s black, it’s beautiful, and it’s hydrogen powered. That’s for realzies. Executed by several students of the ISD of Valenciennes (France), made lovely by a vision for the ecological future of motorbikes. Technologies abound, the “BMW HP Kunst” employs a cryogenic hydrogen tank, battery Li-Po, electronical brakes and controls, and electromagnetic suspensions.
These lovely designers position this bike in the HP range of BMW Motorrad, combining what they call the “player temperament” of the supermotard and the sportivity of a roadster. Asymmetry, dynamism, and one fantastic overall look. I’d do it.
Represented by four design students Arik Schwarz, Benoit Kzi, Charles Edward Bersham and Monreil Vincent concept motorcycle BMW HP Kunst – Environmental embodiment of the motorcycle of the future. Vehicle made using the latest technology, stylistically combining pragmatism and sportiness.
Dubbed BMW HP Kunst, the concept uses a hydrogen fuel cell for power, with a 20-litre cryogenic cylinder taking the place of a normal combustion engine.
– Aluminium frame, tubular parts in steel and carbon parts
– Brushless engine 100kw
– Fuel cell
– Cryogenic hydrogen tank (capacity 20L)
– Battery Li-Po
– Electronical brakes and controls
– Electromagnetic suspensions
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