2- Hyundai Concept (Designer: Min Seong Kim) Made up of materials that stretch and contract just like your muscles do and enables steering without any kind of controls. Contractions and relaxation of your body direct it where you want to go…
3- TriMove (Designer: Mohammad Ghezel) A trike concept with 3 hubless wheels. Of course, triangle footprint provides balance even when it’s not moving, with close-by front wheels supposed to offer agility when turning.
4- Hyundai Aebulle (Designer: Shane Baxley) Aebulle is Korean for Cocoon and the designer states that when riding it you feel like being in one…The red lines you see are light strips to make the show sliding down Las Vegas Boulevard.
5- Dyke Bike (Designer: Imran Othman) Electric powered, with unseen before ergonomics, it is inspired by Dyson’s Air Multipliers Air flows through the bronze hollow cylinder creating movement. The air is pulled, amplified X 1000000X, pushed the bike forward!
6- Peugeot Of Today (Designed by – Madella Simone) The 1934 Peugeot is the inspiration, but this one conceived by Madella Simone is highly high tech with the rear wheel powered by a rechargeable lithium battery.
7- Tesla E-Max (Designer: Madella Simone) As wild as it can get. With 2 independent motors located in each wheel. Body is covered in a top layer of piezolectric material that converts compression strength into electricity and a second layer of Halite fiber that converts human heat.
8- Saline Airstream (Designers: Vincent Montreuil, Julien Clément, Thomas Duhamel, Benoît Ponton, Pierrick Huart) No doubt that the designers were inspired by the Bonneville racing machines. Looks always better on white grounds…
9- Adjustable Electric Super Bike (Designer: Eyal Melnick) Chassis and body are kept minimal. Riding position system, both handlebars, foot pegs and seat height can be adjusted independently, allowing the bike to go from racing super bike to touring configuration.
10- Ducati Spite (Designers: Lorenzo André Spreafico & Simone Campestre) Another bike with dual personality. Extreme simplicity of use of the sophisticated engineering and electronics for either sport or city riding.