Moscow-based Zillers garage designs a Post Apocalyptic BMW R9T

In dark times like now, we all want a piece of good news to assure us that the future is bright. Moscow based Zillers Garage unleashed a custom made BMW R9T for motorcycle enthusiasts around the world. The custom made BMW R9T wouldn’t be out of place in the post-apocalyptic Mad Max movie universe. Imagine yourself in a harsh environment where food and water resources are few and you need a motorcycle to travel, what kind of bike would you prefer? Zillers Garage would suggest this. You can imagine zipping through deserted Mumbai in this stunning mean machine without worrying. 


The motorcycle does have the familiar white-blue circular logo with the letters BMW embossed on it. The customized BMW bike was expected to light up the Moscow Auto show but unfortunately, Coronavirus led to the cancellation of the show. Mikhail Smolânovym of Zillers Garage in Moscow, Russia, in collaboration with John Red Design conceptualized this motorcycle with a new aluminium body hiding most of its elements. So what we get is a futuristic Matrix-style motorcycle where only the 1700cc engine lies visible. Everything is enclosed under the sleek aluminium be it the headlight or the tail light, the two-wheeler was designed using CAD (computer-aided design) modelling.

Its ground clearance is minimised to bring it as close to the ground by changing the suspension system. The aggressive-looking HID lamp is at the front while a taillight is placed at the sliding rear serving as an opening to the electrical systems. Customized bike’s dashboard is integrated right into its fuel-tank but visible to the rider.  For those who are interested in this motorcycle, can do so by ordering it. 

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