At Bimota booth particular focus is given to the Tera, the Rimini-based manufacturer's first crossover. It adopts advanced solutions including the Tesi chassis with a new kinematic mechanism that can improve the steering angle, which has been increased to 35°. The Tera is made with premium components and finely crafted materials. Suspension is Marzocchi semi-active, and the brake compartment can count on Brembo Stylema system. The engine is Kawasaki H2’s supercharged 998 CC 4-cylinder with 200 hp. Tera also derived from Kawasaki manufacturer its electronic platform, with Cornering Management Function (KCMF), KTRC Traction Control (3-MODE), Intelligent anti-lock Brake System (KIBS). The new Tera is available in two versions: the sportier for road use and the variant with a more touring vocation, which includes built-in side panniers and tyres capable of tackling more challenging trails.