Top 5 Concept and Fastest Motorbikes Of 2012
Here are Top 5 Concept and Fastest Motorbikes . At Number one place is DODGE TOMAHAWK the four-wheel single passenger bike followed by Ecosse Titanium Series RR. MTT Streetfighter, Acabion GTBO 70 and All Electric Tron Lightcycle. Enjoy the read
Dodge Tomahawk the four-wheel, single-passenger bike is believed to be the world’s most expensive bike with a top speed of 675km/hr and can accelerate 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds. Dodge Tomahawk (currently the worlds’ leading most expensive bike) costs $550,000 (approximately £422,252). The Tomahawk weighs about 680 kg (1,500 lb) with a V10 powerful engine, 4 tires
Ecosse Moto Works makes the world’s most extraordinary machines. Their exquisite two-wheeled creations are built to the highest standards, using the most exotic materials in never-before-seen designs. The firm already has the honor of being the maker of the world’s most expensive motorcycle, the Ecosse Titanium Series RR, which costs $275,000.
Now, they are updating the Titanium Series RR with the final bike in the Heretic series – the FE Ti XX, which will become the newest most expensive motorcycle in the world, costing a cool $300,000.
Powered by a Rolls-Royce-Allison Model 250 turboshaft engine, producing 238 kW (320 hp), the motorcycle has a recorded top speed of 227 mph (370 km/h), with a price tag of US$175,000.00 It is recognized by Guinness World Records as the “Most powerful production motorcycle” and the “Most expensive production motorcycle.” Unlike some earlier jet-powered motorcycles, where a massive jet engine provided thrust to push the motorcycle, the turboshaft engine on this model drives the rear wheel via a two-speed gearbox. Riding the motorcycle is said to be somewhat tricky due to the inherent throttle lag in the engine, acceleration when letting off the throttle, and extreme length.
4. Acabion GTBO 70
Acabion is a global project. The rule is simple: The best out of everything and everywhere.
Max Speed 466 km/h
5. All-electric Tron Lightcycle
The Lightcycle is based on the conveyance from 2010′s Tron: Legacy and in its latest real-world form it has undergone extensive body reworking as well as getting a 96 volt electric motor and lithium ion battery pack. Parker Brothers quotes an (impressive if true) top speed of “in excess of 100 mph” and a range of 100 miles on a single charge with 35 minute recharge times.
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