SAIC Design R RYZR concept

The R RYZR is an unusual concept in the transition from car to motorcycle, and is the work of SAIC Design. The company said the concept represents “the ultimate symbiosis of man and machine” as it is more about the vehicle you carry around you instead of just sitting on it.

The concept comes with a specially designed jacket that must be attached to the seat before the engine can be started and started.

The suspension and steering system components are mounted on hinges that allow the chassis to tilt in a curve, so the feel is similar to riding a motorcycle, and the tires are similar to those on a motorcycle.

The style is a mixture of a race car with open wheels and a sports motorcycle. The R RYZR is an electric vehicle, indicating a battery charging port at the rear. SAIC Design did not publish data on the size of the battery or the power of the electrical unit.

SAIC Design R RYZR concept

The director for advanced design in this company, Karl Gotham, stated that this is a vision of the future of traveling in urban areas. “By exploring the unconventional, this unlocks new modes of transport in the future, new experiences and new emotions,” Gotham said.

SAIC Design is a design studio of MG, Roewe and the new Chinese brand R, and its headquarters are in London. The studio opened in September 2018 and has since made several concept vehicles, one of which is the MG Cyberster concept.


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