We love powerful, robust and masculine motorcycles, but what if a bike comes with the power of a sports car? Well, the result will surely be like Lazareth LM847 motorcycle. French bike makers Lazareth have created the crazy LM847 bike that’s powered by a 4.7-liter V8 engine from Maserati. The beast has been recently unveiled by the company at Geneva Motor Show 2016.
It is actually a quad with four wheels that are packed in a lean body of a motorbike. The bike is equipped with dual 420mm discs from Brembo with eight-piston calipers to the front wheels, whereas 250mm brembo discs with four-piston calipers are present at the rear section. It also uses TFX suspension setup for smooth handling and braking, plus to provide safety and comfort.
Measuring 104-inches long, 35-inches wide and 39-inches tall, LM847 produces 470 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque, which is channeled through a single-speed hydraulic coupling in place of a multi-gear transmission.
LM847 weights 400 kilograms, and also has a dual-wheel steering setup front along with Ducati 1299 Panigale rear. We are wondering how fast the beastly motorbike can actually go. Furthermore, to upgrade its look Rizoma levers and mirrors are installed. However, it’s red and black appearance reminds us of a muscular batmobile that has got a colored makeover.
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