If the Aurora concept bike pulled off its face, a-la Mission Impossible, you’d never guess there was a a scrambler bike underneath. But that’s exactly what designer M. Doruk Erdem used as the guts for his futuristic street machine that looks part high-speed moto, part weaponized two-wheeler. The R nineT underneath is already more than excellent, but Erdem gives it all-new bodywork that incorporates the original bike’s tank and tail section and adds a beak/bullet-train of a front end, an aggressive and lower stance, and solid black wheels. The modified tail ports the exhaust out the top, and the front eschews the single large round headlight in favor of separate LED units on each side for a more techo-look. Erdem has not only made a retro-styled bike look like something out of the next century, he’s also repurposed a scrambler into what looks like a high-speed sport bike. We think it would be a wise move for BMW Motorrad to hire this guy.