We're going to assume that the 'Bulgari' moniker on Vilner's latest creation has something to do with the design house's country of origin and not with the famous Italian jeweler and luxury goods retailer (or else it may have the same fate with Carlex Design's Burberry-themed Range Rover).
The Bulgarian company's second motorcycle tune after the BMW F800 R is based on the Ducati Monster 1100 EVO.
According to the overly imaginative crew at Vilner, "the design team was inspired by the clean body lines of the praying mantis, and by its graceful movements, which was the basis of the martial art Kung Fu," and not the model gracefully lying down on the bike...
The makeover includes an aluminum holder on the front end of the frame, new headlamp and seat designs, and a 100mm (3.9 inches) shorter rear end – or so Vilner claims.
Furthermore, the motorcycle is painted in a unique "pearl white" color, which is not offered for the standard model, new two-tone rims and a 10hp boost that lifts output from 99hp (100PS) to 109hp (110PS).
Vilner said that production of the kit would be limited to 100 pieces worldwide, with pricing to be announced.