Meet The World’s Fastest Motorcycle: Dodge Tomahawk (420 Mph)

Meet The World’s Fastest Motorcycle: Dodge Tomahawk (420 Mph)

First up is the Dodge Tomahawk capable of speeds up to 420 mph and an acceleration of 0 to 60 miles an hour in 2.5 seconds. The estimated top speed was never tested and was based on horsepower and drive ratio but ignored wind resistance, drag and rolling resistance; some experts predicted that without proper streamlining a rider would be lifted off the bike like a kite at about 200 miles an hour.

The Tomahawk carries a 500 hp 8.3-liter the 10 SRT 10 engine which was designed for the SRT Viper sports car. Having four wheels instead of two the Tomahawk is actually a quadricycle. Each Dodge Tomahawk was handbuilt and offered for sale at $550,000. Nine Tomahawks were sold to the public.
500 HP Dodge Tomahawk 0-60 in 2.5 and tops out at 420 MPH

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