ever wondered what a koenigsegg designed motorcycle might look like? well, 3D designer maxim burov has. in a series of renders the moscow based artist imagines what the result might look like were the swedish manufacturer to try its hand at a two-wheeler. sadly yet to venture into the world of motorcycles, koenigsegg are nevertheless renowned for making a quality machine that marries style and substance. 

the manufacturer has sadly yet to venture into the world of motorcycles
images courtesy of maksim burov via behance



based in ängelholm, skåne county, sweden, koenigsegg have thus far made a name for themselves both at home and in the US as mega-car manufacturers. in august 2016, the studio launched the agera XS, one of the most powerful, fully homologated, street legal production cars on american roads. but for those of us who prefer two wheels over four, the ‘koenigsegg motorcycle’ has yet to make an appearance. although they’re only renders for the moment, maxim burov’s realistically conceived concepts go some way to imagining what the future of koenigsegg might look like. 

koenigsegg motorcycle
koenigsegg are based in ängelholm, skåne county, sweden

koenigsegg motorcycle
for those of us who prefer two wheels over four, the ‘koenigsegg motorcycle’ has yet to make an appearance

koenigsegg motorcycle
the manufacturers have made a name for themselves both at home and in the US as makers of mega-cars

in 2016 they launced the agera XS, one of the most powerful street legal production cars on american roads

maksim burov is a digital designer based in moscow, russia

maxim burov’s concepts go some way to imagining what the future of koenigsegg might look like

  • maxim, you designed it, it’s fantastic, it’s yours, be proud of it

    raymondo says:
  • I usually don’t think much of M/C people who do not get their hands dirty (and no much from the ones that do) ..and half the kids in India can draw but this looks pretty exceptional. Forget Koenigsegg, some enterprising builder could/should use this as a spark to make bodywork for a number of older, existing motorcycles. Beautiful.


    JimCan says:

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