Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Here at Luxist we frequently feature the outrageously modified supercars from Mansory, including everything from tricked out Bugatti Veyrons to a Pepto Bismol pink Bentley. Now the German exotic auto tuner has turned their attention to a motorcycle, and of course it's anything but by the book. The Mansory Zapico superbike is a carbon fiber monster developed in collaboration with German motorbike customizer Thomas M. George. It features a 124 cubic inch V2 engine made by America's S&S capable of 160 hp and can do 0 – 62 mph in just 3.3 seconds. Most components are custom made by the Mansory factory in the Bavarian town of Brand, and of course the leather saddle is as luxurious as the upholstery in any of Mansory's supercar creations. They haven't revealed the price but "bankrupting" probably comes close.