The Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike is not only the most expensive motorcycle in the world but also the fastest. It costs $550,000 and can reach speeds of over 300 mph.
Dodge Tomahawk was introduced as a concept motorcycle at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. In the same year Neiman Marcus started offering the motorcycle on their catalog. Fewer than 10 units sold.
Though the Tomahawk has four wheels, it looks and behaves as a motorcycle. Each pair of wheels is a few inches apart. The Tomahawk can reach 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and has a body made of aluminum.
Neiman Marcus no longer offers the Tomahawk through its online catalog, but I found the original product description—I’m sold:
Tomahawk Collector’s Motorcycle
- Motorcycle” isn’t really the best way to describe this single-passenger powerhouse. “Boundary-breaking masterpiece” is more appropriate.
- With an out-of-this-world frameless design, the revolutionary Tomahawk is sculpted out of aluminum and powered by a Dodge Viper 505 cubic-inch V-10 engine that cranks out 500 horsepower.
- Became an instant collector’s item when it debuted at the 2003 North American International Auto Show.
- Has the muscle to potentially achieve speeds of up to 300 mph.
- Dual wheels at both ends.
- Four-wheel independent suspension for stability and traction as well as speed.
- Cutting-edge design and Art Deco-inspired style.
- This little gem is being offered as a true collector’s piece and is not intended to be street legal; nor is it meant to be driven.
For more information and to order, please call 1-877-GRAB LIFE.*
* Neiman Marcus is acting as an advertising agent for this item. MSRP excludes tax.