Lean Machine: Ferrari V4 superbike concept
Don’t we all wish we were designing for Farrari. Well, the proposed Ferrari superbike you see above was conceived by Israeli designer Amir Glinik, who centered his concept around the idea of chopping the heralded V12 Ferrari Enzo down to four cylinders. The futuristic frame is made out of aluminum to keep weight down with traditional tubing in the front to support the battery and the oil tank. The rider can manage the engine with a system based on the Ferrari engine management computer with a modified all weather touch screen for easy use. The bike is controlled by hand controls influenced by the throttle controls of F16 fighter jets. Who knows if this will ever come out but we think if you want anything close to this that is affordable the look at some Ducati bikes. See more photos of Glinik’s concept below.