376 mph on a motorcycle may sound totally insane but that’s the current existing record, believe it or not! These breakneck speeds require much more than just horsepower. It takes thinking severely outside the box and that’s precisely what’s behind the BMW Titan concept.
This wicked looking design takes inspiration from the hydrodynamics of the shark, interpreting these geometries into an aesthetic that is functionally aerodynamic in the form of its completely enclosed front end. “Gills” act as air intakes for engine cooling while the nose has been optimized for not only reducing resistance but funneling air toward these intakes.
As for the middle, expert riders will sit with the engine and find a modern instrument cluster. To reach these high speeds and for safety, the cluster displays much more vital information such as suspension status, cooling system operation, area specific temperatures and more for Titan to adjust to various circumstances.
At the rear, the powerful turbo engine is connected to the rear tire by a completely enclosed swingarm that covers the shaft and suspension for a cleaner look and enhance aerodynamics.
Designer: Mehmet Doruk Erdem