Of all the new models released at the Geneva motor show, the two-wheeled examples didn’t receive much coverage. But collaborations between auto and bicycle companies are nothing new. BMW releases a new bike every few years, and they are the perfect accessory for drivers with an active lifestyle.
Lamborghini wanted to make a statement of performance and style, so they partnered with Cervélo Cycles to build their new P5X Lamborghini edition. The yellow accents and the Y-shaped patterns are directly from Centro Stile, Lamborghini’s design headquarters. In order to ensure it outperforms the competition, over 180 hours of wind tunnel testing were used to sculpt the body. Chief Marketing Officer Katia Bassi said: “Our Lamborghini Accademia drivers have been training on Cervélo for some time now, so we already know how special, and how fast, these bikes are. With elite performance, outstanding design and innovation, this collaborative project was a natural fit for both brands.” If you need a bike that would look great next to a Murcielago or a Urus, click the link below to find a dealer near you. Tell us what you think of it in the comments below.