Lazareth LM 847 Motorcycle With Maserati Engine
For all intents and purposes, a motorcycle that hosts a V8 engine from a Maserati is nothing more than overdoing it. Having this motorcycle insanely fun. Also, the resulting tool is not completely ridiculous. I mean, a glance at the Lazareth LM 847 makes it all clear.
Yes, Lazareth LM 847 monstrosity is a motorcycle. This cool motorcycle thing seems to be flying, it means burning tires on the road. But this is about where the similarities with other motorcycles end.
The Lazareth LM 847 has the same 4.7-liter V8 from the Maserati Quattroporte, which gives 470 horsepower to the tire. Since a particular wheel will not be able to use that much power, it comes with two, each with its own separate chain driveway and one-sided swingarm, but they share only one transverse-mounted TFX rear shock. Another pair of swing arms sit in the front, each holding the wheel driven by its hub, the shocks, and the rim-mounted brake.
So, yes, it’s technically a quad bike with a curved form that will help the rider bend the bike into tight corners. You can imagine, that is not a small motorcycle. In fact, holding 8.5 feet long and weighing 880 pounds measures good luck to anyone who is brave just to ride. Heck begins with the widest handlebars you could possibly see on a motorcycle, so we suggest this would be hell-guided.
Browse more photos of the Lazareth LM 847 directly from the French private builder’s website.