Putting a car engine in a bike is not something new, but building a bike around a car engine and doing it this right is not usual.
Maserati Powered LM847
That is where Ludovic Lazareth uses all his skills to make something completly crazy, functionnal, and yet good looking, or scary looking, as you prefer. The Lazareth LM847 uses a Maserati 4.7 liter V8 as its frame and powerhouse. The complexe geometry using two swing-arm and front independant suspensions allows the bike to handle the 620 nm of torque and to be stable even at low speed. Aside, a set of 420mm perimeter brake disc will help you stop this 470 hp beast. The LM847 only has a single speed using a torque converter, like a big crazy city scooter. The bodywork is made of carbon and polyester, and the bike is accessorized by italian house Rizoma.
Order the Carbon LM847 right now
The Lazareth LM847 is limited to 10 units, 3 of them are already sold, and the next one could be yours. Number 4 is currently being build and will have a naked full carbon body. The only way to know what having an italian V8 between your legs feels like is to get one of those.
EngineMaserati V8 4.7
Front brakes2x 420mm discs, 8 pistons calipers
Rear brakes 2x 255mm discs, 4 pistons calipers
Max speedyou wouldn’t dare