Wunderlich BMW R 1600 C Vision by Nicolas Petit

   

Wunderlich asked its designer Nicolas Petit to come up with his rendering of a future power cruiser.

He drew inspiration from an older project - the Speed Cruiser - only this time, he got the proportions spot on and created this masterpiece concept named the R 1600 C Vision; a true power cruiser that looks as elegant as it is muscular.

Power comes from a 1,600 cc flat twin engine which should be just enough for both cruising and spirited riding. The front end follows the R 1200 C’s legacy and comes with a telelever style suspension dominated by a retro round headlight.

The fuel tank profile is slim and beautifully arches towards the rear to be reunited with a modern sculpted brown seat. Inspired by the R nineT’s modular rear subframe, the R 1600 C Vision also comes with a removable pillion seat. It can also be folded upwards to create a back support for the rider, just like it was on the original R 1200 C.

IThe power is transmitted to the back via a drive shaft, while stopping power is assured by three massive discs paired with Brembo calipers. The twin exhaust si mounted to one side and is neatly following the bike’s lines while a set of multispoke machined rims complete the bike’s sober and sophisticated look.

Source autoevolution.com