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post #1 of 5 Old 10-02-2014, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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Kawasaki Shows Variable-Architecture J-Concept at Intermot



Last year Kawasaki showed everyone a very interesting concept as a digital animation in Tokyo. The concept was called the J-Concept and it featured a variable-architecture. Now Kawasaki has actually built a working J-Concept and is showing it off at Intermot in Cologne, Germany. Its the most futuristic bike concept I've seen in a while, and if it was all black I'd be comparing it the the Bat Bike.

The J-Concept is able to change its track, wheelbase and riding position depending on the type of road and speed. You can choose a more sporty stance or a more relaxed and upright stance.









And here's the video of the J-Concept that was shown in Tokyo last year.

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I remember just seeing sketches and renderings of this thing, see a real life version of it is even better.... one of the reasons why I wish I was able to go to Intermot!
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Its unclear if there is going to be a demonstration of it in action. That would exciting to see though.
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slap a super on there!

Kawasaki, answering questions no one was asking, circa 2014!
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I hope this is what the future of motorcycles is. This thing is so futuristic and cool. Versatile too.
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