Dodge Tomahawk: World’s Fastest Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Automotive fans will remember a mind blowing motorcycle by the name of Tomahawk that made its debut back in 2003. When Dodge introduced this concept a decade ago, we assumed that the bike would never see the light of the day, but it looks like we were wrong.

Equipped with 4 wheels and a Dodge Viper motor, the Dodge Tomahawk seemed to be nothing more than a speed junkie’s wet dream when it was originally revealed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Who says dreams can’t come true. The 8.3 liter V10 SRT 10 powered crotch rocket is pumping out 500 horsepower, and is ready to hit the track. There is only be 9 of these bad boys produced, all of which carry a price tag around $550,000. It’s also worth noting that Dodge is selling them as “rolling sculptures,” a legality we’re sure.

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