If Batman had a tight budget this would be his motorcycle. Cyrus Farivar in Are Technica:
The black triangle frame—which is meant to evoke BMW’s first-ever bike, the 1923 R32—also bends and moves, doing away with the joints and bearings we’d see on a conventional bike. The steering is even speed-sensitive; at higher speeds, the frame becomes less flexible and more stable. The tires are also adaptive, reconfiguring themselves to optimize ride comfort and handling on the fly.
Looks awfully German to me.
BMW also envisions a bionic riding suit and visor (integrated into a helmet for the time being, until BMW can prove the bike safe without one). The suit itself supports the rider, and the augmented reality visor uses gaze-tracking to control its UI, which can even project ideal lines and bank angles onto the road ahead.