This is where the realms of the design world make us believe in things unfathomable and outrightly defying logic. So, how about a BMW Motorrad electric
Designer: Aaryaman Mistry
Just like you’d have the freedom to upgrade your PC with a new GPU or other hardware, the idea of swapping old motorbike parts with a new one sounds adventurous. Aaryman has created an NVIDIA-powered architecture for electric motorcycles of the future that caught my attention. Of course, the level of standardization for each of those parts will be a herculean task on its own, and whether or not all automotive manufacturers will comply with the idea is still a looming query. If hypothetically everything goes to plan, the scope for modularity, personalization and upgradability will be immense.
Users can reflect their personality with custom parts, and even
The bike’s core houses the advanced GPU and CPU which can adapt to the ide’s current configuration. There are high-end cooling systems by NVIDIA that keep the electric battery at the optimum operating temperature for peak performance. Everything about this bike seems very balanced without any overpowering elements while maintaining a sci-fi persona of a highly agile set of wheels. The designer has opted for a mix of familiar BMW Motorrad aesthetics and colors fused with the geeky look of NVIDIA-powered