Pininfarina, famed Italian design house primarily known for its work with Ferrari, has designed a bike called the Pininfarina Fuoriserie that turned heads at the Seoul Living Design Fair where it made its official debut.
Pininfarina partnered with bike manufacturer 43 Milano for the bicycle. The design is inspired by the company’s 1930s-40s bikes. The walnut briarroot coating and leather clad seat and handlebars are a callback to 43 Milano’s classic bikes, while the chrome underneath gives it the durability a modern bike needs.
The Pininfarina Fuoriserie is not completely a classical replica. It features an optional electric engine that helps boost riders long distances without getting winded and an LED lighting system for night rides.
The Pininfarina Fuoriserie will be limited to just 30 units and prices start at around $7,5oo. Sticking the electric motor on it costs extra. It brings the price to around $11,300.