Polestar Vector – Four Wheeled Concept Motorcycle for The Year of 2040


Submitted by Vasilatos Ianis, Vector Motorcycle is a concept project designed as part of Polestar Design Competition. The brief was creating a futuristic motorcycle for the year of 2040 with “Pure” as main design theme, fortunately, it’s a very subjective theme that allows for more exploration. Therefore, the motorcycle concept should be realistic, it should be possible to develop in 20 years from now.

For this concept, Ianis had done some researches to predict in which direction we are heading for the year of 2040, especially in the motorcycle industry. Will gasoline-powered vehicle extinct? Will the thrill of riding a gasoline-powered motorcycle can still be achieved when riding an electric one?

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle by Vasilatos Ianis

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle by Vasilatos Ianis

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle is the result of brainstorming new ideas of futuristic electric motorcycle that doesn’t sacrifice the thrill of riding. This four-wheeled motorcycle might not be able to tilt, but it can achieve high speed that increases your adrenaline, dangerous yet gives you extreme joy. Since it’s only exterior concept, there’s not much detail about it. What do you think?

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle by Vasilatos Ianis

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle by Vasilatos Ianis

Polestar Vector Concept Motorcycle by Vasilatos Ianis

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