Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

British car maker Aston Martin has partnered with United Kingdom based Brough Superior to manufacture a limited edition motorcycle. The first motorcycle built by this partnership is expected to be unveiled at the EICMA 2019 this November.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

The new partnership between the luxury auto manufacturers will display an integration between gorgeous design and equally breath-taking engineering. Aston Martin announced that the motorcycle would strictly be a limited edition via a press release.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

The EICMA 2019 will mark the first time that the Aston Martin branding and logos will be featured on a motorcycle. The EICMA 2019 is scheduled for 5 November 2019 at Italy, the hub of global design.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

The all new, soon-to-be unveiled motorcycle is a vision of Mr Marek Reichman, the Chief Creative Officer at Aston Martin, and Mr Thierry Henriette, the Chief Executive Officer at Brough Superior. Both Mr Reichman and Mr Mr Henriette are motorcycles enthusiasts.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

Mr Reichman said, "This is a fascinating and very popular project for myself and my team. The opportunity to collaborate with Brough Superior has given us the chance to bring our own unique views on how beauty and engineering can combine to create a highly emotive piece of vehicle design. We're excited about the end result and can't wait to see the reaction the motorcycle receives when it is revealed next year."

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

Mr Henriette said, "Aston Martin and Brough Superior are two luxury automotive manufacturers sharing the same passion for exclusive design and performance, the idea of developing a motorcycle in a frame of a close partnership came naturally."

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

Brough Superior was England based, and produced motorcycles, sidecars, and cars between 1919 and 1940. The motorcycles they built were considered to be the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles. The company produced roughly 3048 motorcycles during the years it was functional.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

The Brough Superior name and make was acquired by a Jersey-registered corporation and have already built a boxed designed SS100. The motorcycle that features an 88-degree 990cc engine was unveiled at the EICMA 2013, with mass production starting in 2016.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

Brough Superior's motorcycle features a Fior-based front fork with Ohlins shock absorbers, an Ohlins mono-shock at the rear, a titanium-carbon fiber-aluminum frame, and brakes by Beringer, with four rotors, sourced from the aviation industry.

Aston Martin To Manufacture Limited Edition Motorcycles: Partners With Brough Superior

Thoughts About Aston Martin Partnering With Brough Superior To Manufacture Motorcycles

Well well well, this is interesting. We think James Bond is behind this move. He keeps busting all the cars that Aston Martin gives him, and they've probably decided to give him motorcycles going forward. This is big news. We cannot wait to check the motorcycle out, and hope we get a chance to see it at the Delhi Auto Expo 2020.

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Article Published On: Monday, October 28, 2019, 11:05 [IST]
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