Dodge Tomahawk concept motorcycle.
Two vehicles completely different except they have the same engine. Is this even considered a motorcycle?
Who will win the drag race?
The Dodge Tomahawk is a non-street legal concept vehicle that was first seen at the North American International Auto Show in 2003. Dodge claims a top speed of 420 mph. However, the Tomahawk has never demonstrated speeds above 100 mpn.
The bike features a 500hp, 8.3-litre V10 SRT 10 engine from the Dodge Viper. It has two front wheels and two rear wheels. Huh? Some call it a motorised quadricycle instead of a motorcycle.
Only 9 hand built Tomahawks have been made. Each one is worth about $500,000.
Dodge calls these vehicles “rolling sculptures” that are not intended to be ridden.
The Dodge Viper is a production care produced by a division of Chrysler that first came out in 1991. The Viper was almost discontinued but CEO Sergio Marchionnne revived the car with a new model in 2012.
The Viper was first conceived in 1988 at Chrysler’s Advanced Design Studios.
* 0-60 mph in 4.5 sec
* 0-100 mph 9.2 sec
* quarter mile: 12.0 sec
* top speed: 180 mph
There have been 5 generations of the Dodge Viper.