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Last month, futuristic car manufacturer Rimac kicked off another Rimac Design Challenge where anyone could submit designs based on what they thought Rimac vehicles would look like in 2080 in order to win a trip to Rimac HQ in Croatia and spend the day with their design team. Ecuadorian shop 3Dmente Studio submitted the Hyper Cyber Motorcycle Concept you see here. As is very clear from the images alone, the overall profile is very much Akira bike as imagined through the design language of the Tesla Cybertruck. In essence, a strikingly angular, low-poly design with plenty of triangles offset with traditional wheels. It might only be a concept, but it’s still more polished than Casey Neistat’s Cyberbike, so we’d love to see a version actually make it to the streets. Head over to the 3Dmente Studio Behance page below to check out all the Hyper Cyber pictures, including the straight 80s companion car he designed along with the bike.

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