The hubless wheels of this Tron-inspired Tesla electric bike exude a drag racing character


What do you get when a Tron bike pairs with a Tesla electric bike? It must be that stunner designed for straight-line speed.

Although my analogue may not be suitable for a few, let’s stick to the design aspect of the Dust Tesla concept electric motorcycle designed by Nazar Eisa. Draped in an all-metallic finish, the bike is destined to have time traveled from the dystopian future. The clear geometric lines and definitive aerodynamic construction will put most other Tesla bicycle concepts to shame. It’s that sexy!

The Dust Tesla’s long wheelbase challenges structural stability, but hey, it’s arrived from the future, where technologies are definitely beyond our comprehension. These hubless wheels and the swingarm of the e-bike evoke a feeling of dynamism that is hard to pass up. The crisp lines that flow from the front of the bike to the rear give at first glance a deep sense of the superhero’s favorite accomplice feel.

The designer models the electric bike in two variations – one in a full black shade and the other in contrast with a silver finish and matte black inserts to give the overall depth to the design. I still can’t get over the long wheelbase which hints at the bike’s drag racing character. The ground clearance is quite low, in fact so low that you will have a hard time sliding through a ledge of paper below. So don’t expect it to take the winding tracks of the Moto GP calendar.

Just imagine the Dust Tesla parked next to your Cybertruck in the mansion garage. When night falls, you take her for a ride on the highway, as the wind cuts your hair. It goes without saying that this Tesla concept bike will be every car enthusiast’s dream come true. Now if you pinch me I want to come back to reality and stop dreaming of riding this beautiful monster on the outskirts of my town!

Designer: Nazar Eisa


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