Motul Onirika 2853 concept!!

Motul Onirika 2853 concept was based on another Italian sports motorcycle, MV Agusta Brutale 800th


Another interesting thing from the motto show in Verona. Motul Onirika 2853 concept was based on another Italian sports motorcycle, MV Agusta Brutale 800. Commissioned by French company Motul, this motorcycle is designed and made by Luke Pozzato.

The name Onirika represents dreams and 2853,as in 1000 years after Motul was foundet in 1853,represents the future,so the bike itself is a simbol of continuing technological  development

But to return to the motorcycle. All that remained of the original version is 798cc, three cylinder engine Brutale, and its frame and fork. Building on this platform, Pozzato transformed warm and stylish motorcycle into something that is not typical for the plant from Varese. Something that is much harsher in design.

Details such as the metal seat and rims that look like discs complement its design. The fuel tank and rear have black and white design. It gives a sense of urban concept. Round lights Brutale replaced by two interesting light, some are short, and the other long. Red is written logo Motul.

Water-transfer black and white paint complements the grey, sober attire, with bronze accents from the machined elements. The seat cover is going to spark a lot of discussions, and whoever decides to pull the trigger on this bike AND ride it will surely feel a bit weird after several miles, to say the least.

 maxresdefaultIf there was ever a motorcycle that doesn’t need customizing, it’s the MV Agusta Brutale 800. It’s one of the most successful modern designs, and proof that a high-performance bike can also look elegant.

The twin rectangular headlights add to the industrial vibe, and the seat is studded with rivets—no doubt excellent for grip, if not comfort.

Interesting machine. Motul Onirika 2853 will be on auction during this year in order to raise money for Motul Corazón, a nonprofit organization that helps poor children.

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