We try not to tease you with concepts too often, but this Ferrari V4 superbike by Israeli industrial designer Amir Glinik is just too beautiful to pass up. Packed with a modified engine from a Ferrari Enzo, hand controls from a F-16 fighter jet and buttons from a Formula 1 race car, there's not much in the world of badass that hasn't been centrifuged into the design. Under the hood:
The more I look at this, the more hideous it seems to me. The dismembered fish body design aside, the more machine-y aspects of a motorcycle, like the cylindrical suspension pieces, namely the front fork, and the other exposed bits that connect the wheels to the framework really makes the whole thing more beautiful to me. Maybe it's cuz I'm a fan of nakeds like the Monster, but no matter how much cowling you use to wrap around the engine, I gotta see some of that wiring and tubing bleeding out of it.