Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Motorcycle rarest in the world

Ducati make a sensation by cooperating with the Danish conceptual artist, Kristian von Hornsleth, to change the look of the Ducati 1098 and 1198 the sporty become art objects of high value. The numbers count the fingers, only 10 units worldwide.

Scars contemporary style paintings in rich colors of Hornsleth covering the entire body. Meanwhile, on both sides of the Ducati 1098 and 1198 contained the words "Kill Me Fast" which was inspired after communicating with one of Ducati's marketing staff. One question is, how dangerous the sport bike riding on the road?

"You will not feel anything if you hit the wall at 320 miles per hour." From there comes the third syllable. In addition, the meaning of the words were also imaged the motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 km per hour in just three seconds.

Hornsleth personally admitted fascinated by the relationship between Italian design and engine technology are high on both motorcycle sport. "This is a blend of beauty, speed, and death," said Hornsleth about his work. The graphics are created, he added, describing the interaction, the effort to find out at the same time challenging the logic of the existing design on the Ducati.

Ducati did not say how the selling price of this bike. But, from the existing 10 units, some of which have been sold through the online trading site eBay and was offered at a price of 70,000 euros or equivalent to Rp 856.7 million per unit. Indeed, if you think about using common sense, no sense, motorcycles are just stripped-graffiti have higher prices than the standard version.

source: http://otomotif.kompas.com/read/2011/06/13/15075048/Ducati.1098.Kill.Me.Fast.Cuma.10.Unit.di.Dunia