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Friday, January 9, 2015

Jakusa was designed in harmony with the 1936 Bugatti models

Here's that would be happens when the design of car and motorcycle mated so that becomes an integral modification products. This is the result of creative hand sketches of Hungarian automotive designer, Tamás Jakus through his automotive design sites, Jakusa Design when generated a custom motorcycle concept entitled '2012 Jakusa Atlantico Concept.'
2012 Jakusa Atlantico a great retro themed motorcycle concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1BKKGZs)
The exterior painted the blue-sky color with rounded body shape that characterizes the pre WW II design. Its front wheels wearing a special tire cover as a characteristic features of the vintage cars, machinery sector closed frame shaped like the Bugatti's front grille. Small front lights were lowered as to compensate for the magnitude of tank.

Very thick Bugatti's aroma when we seen the Jakusa Atlantico, where the both designs are highly related to one another. See, when the motorcycle is parked on the back side of 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, and it will be seen very clearly that Jakusa Atlantico motorcycle concept is actually an extension of the rear of Bugatti classic car.
2012 Jakusa Atlantico motorcycle concept and 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1BKKGZs)
Jakusa Atlantico's shape which designed in harmony with the aerodynamic side of Bugatti Type 57SC, so they are made complementary forms. Through the design that also very unique, so it is difficult seem to find a wonderful blend of cars and motorcycles such as Bugatti and Jakusa today.

Unfortunately the bike is designed to accommodate only one person. The existence of two wheels that are deemed necessary to support a Harley Davidson engine under his seat. In addition to adjusting the width of a large rear body. That way his body and legs become proportional. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | JAKUSA MOTORCYCLE DESIGN | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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