For all intents and purposes, a motorbike keeping a V8 engine from a Maserati is nothing short of overkill. And, yes, the resulting vehicle is nothing short of utterly ridiculous. After all, one look at this beauty, the Lazareth LM847 Motorcycle, tends to make it alright.
Indeed, this monstrosity is a street motorcycle. It is designed to burn rubber on the streets, despite the fact that the darn thing appears like it can take flight. But that’s where the resemblances with other motorbikes end.
The Lazareth LM 847 stores the equal 4.7-liter V8 from the Maserati Quattroporte, which pushes an impressive 470 horsepower to the rear wheels. Given that a single wheel isn’t quite likely going to deal with that much strength, it features two, each one with its standalone chain drive along with a single-sided swingarm, even though they impart a single TFX rear shock that’s installed transversely. This will shock everyone on the road as you experience the power of the V8 engine.