These are supercars with the same capacity and power as the Formula 1 sports car.
Dodge Tomahawk – 8,300cc
The motorcycle, named after the famous Tomahawk cruise missile, is powered by a V10 engine and has a capacity of 8,300cc, which produces 500 horsepower. This is the fastest and most powerful car in the world. It can accelerate from 0-100km / h in just 1.5 seconds before reaching a top speed of 675km / h. To be able to brake the terrible power, the manufacturer has used 508mm diameter double disc brakes with 16-piston rear brake clusters and 8 at the front piston assembly.
Dodge Tomahawk weighs 680kg and looks quite bulky. In the world today there are only 9 Dodge Tomahawk (since its launch in 2003) with the price of about 550,000 USD.
Boss Hoss – 8.228cc
Since the 1990s, Boss Hoss has pioneered the use of Chevrolet’s V8 engines on large displacement motorcycles. Initially, this engine had a capacity of 5,700cc, then increased to 8,228cc.
With a capacity of up to more than 500 horsepower, Boss Hoss became more and more famous for its power and style. Despite being one of the most powerful motorcycles in the world using an 8.2l V8 engine block, the Boss Hoss 502 costs only over $ 16,000.
Millyard Viper V10 – 8,000cc
Millyard Viper V10 superbike model is produced in the UK with an estimated speed of about 402km / h. However, during the actual test at Bruntingthorpe airport, the best speed of the Millyard Viper V10 was only about 333 km / h.
The highlight of the Millyard Viper lies in the 8,000cc V10 engine block, which produces 500 horsepower and 630 Nm of torque. To own this huge machine, customers have to spend about $ 400,000.
Leonhardt Gunbus 410 – 6,728 cc
Leonhardt Gunbus 410 has a cylinder capacity of up to 6,728cc, maximum capacity of 350 horsepower. It is noteworthy that two cylinders are taken from the aircraft engine, the engine is combined with a 3-speed gearbox with a reverse gear.
The overall length of the Gunbus 410 reaches 3,450mm, the seat is 800mm high. Below are the wheels with a diameter of 38 inches before and 42 inches behind. According to Leonhardt Manufacturing, the Gunbus 410 weighs about 650kg without fuel. To own this model, you have to spend up to 350,000 USD.