12輛BMW 客製化概念車(BMW Custom Concept) 簡稱BBC
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THE BCC: BMW Custom Concept
BMW Motorrad introduced the BCC, a new custom design study at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan on November 4th, 2008. This concept developed by BMW Motorrad design team lead by David Robb is a marriage of naked and muscle and is homage to the incredible 85-year history of BMW Motorcycles and a nod to the purest form of two-wheel design.
The BCC design study is conceived as a fully customizable ride. The rider can choose the exhaust system such as shotgun-low or scrambler; the type of seat such as aluminum perch seat, minimal modern saddle or simple 2-man seat. Even the headlight can be customized, whether it's projector lighting or classic circular headlamp. Add to that four fuel tank paint colors and three engine paint finishes as well as a range of other details. This design dream study is unlike any other concept bike. The BMW Custom Concept allows the rider to directly participate in shaping his or her custom motorcycle. With dozens of unique variations, no two BCCs will be the same.
The BCC design study is currently powered by a flat twin 'Boxer' engine with 105 hp, yet weighing at a very light 418 lbs. This concept features a trellis frame, 17-inch wheels, 6-piston brake calipers and corner carving upside down forks.
We'd love to know what you think of the new BCC. Please fill out the short questionnaire below and share your thoughts on this new design study from BMW. Also, don't forget to **** your favorite BCC from the 12 customized options shown. Are you a scrambler type, or do you prefer the exhaust down below? How about the seat, will you go for a single, double or café style? And on't forget the headlight; do you prefer it classic or modern?