Aston Martin are teaming up with storied British bike builders Brough Superior. The pair will collaborate on a motorcycle that’s yet to fully be revealed, but this marks the first time Aston’s wings will officially appear on a two-wheeled machine.
The two companies were founded quite a long time ago. Aston Martin dates back to 1913 and Brough Superior started in 1919. Both faced tough times along the way, with Brough Superior fading away after the death of its founder in 1970. The motorcycle brand has since been revived and is building new bikes with old-school style.
Based on the silhouette in the image above, it looks like more style will be interjected with the help of Aston Martin. The new bike will be unveiled at the Milan Motorbike Show on November 5th. It will be a limited-production run. It will probably be quite expensive. And it should be pretty damn cool looking as well.