While it's lacking by at least half in the wheels department, we had to show off the new Wraith, a $50,000 motorcycle built by Confederate Motor Company of Louisiana. It's the product of a major effort by designer JT Nesbitt to create a "true American design," that forms a bridge between fine art and vehicle design. The concept bike, which looks like a Cafe racer (of the 1960s), built by Fritz Lang (from the 1920s) using modern technologies, will be offered for sale beginning in October of this year.
Creating the "American Design" for Motorcycle Aficionados [Automotive Design and Production]
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