What was Bruno Delussu thinking when he decided to dream up a motorcycle that can't make turns? Delussu's concept bike goes by the name of "Bugatti startos" which means "snake road." Can't snakes turn?
The Bugatti startos looks part Akira-bike and part Tron lightcycle. It's made entirely of fiberglass to reduce the vehicles weight. Delussu designed it to have an internal combustion engine, something Yanko Design is flabbergasted by — suggesting it should at least be electric. Perhaps Delussu just wanted his baby to humm like a traditional hog.
Most intriguing of all about the Bugatti startos is its inability to steer — it can only go straight. We're baffled at where you could actually use such a motorcycle. Think about how much hair you'll have ripped out each and every time you meet a turn and have to get off, turn your bike and then go. The startos' front wheel also looks kind of flimsy, like it'll snap off after a few yards of driving.