More of a quadricycle than a standard motorcycle this monster of a bike has a 370kW (500hp), 8,3-litre V10 SRT10 engine!
Certainly something to behold, its unique look and massive engine has seen this as one of the most expensive bikes sold, although not by Dodge. The two front and rear wheels move independently, to allow for counter-steer and leaning in corners, and it’s claimed top speed was 480km/h and 0-100 in 2.5 seconds, although that did not factor in air drag for top end – epic to say the least.
Nine replicas were sold for $555 000, yet they’re not allowed on public roads because of the liability that comes with them. Using a monocoque construction, the body is constructed of billet aluminium and the engine from stressed member.
Apparently they were manufactured to be rolling sculptures – in all probability this was to nullify legal implications as the bike isn’t street legal. The Dodge Tomahawk is a bonafide tar shredder and looks downright mean.