Maseratti Lazareth LM847 is a Four Wheeled Bike Built Around Maseratti’s Quattroporte 4.7-Liter V8 Engine
Maseratti Lazareth LM847 is a new four-wheeled bike which is literally built around Maseratti’s Quattroporte 4.7-liter V8 engine, and why he built a bike around a huge car engine you asked? the reason is he likes the engine way too much.
The Lazareth LM847 will look familiar to Tron lightcycle and Batcycle fans, though it’s more than a mere stunt prop. It only has one gear, but it can reach a maximum speed of 150km/h and even tilts into corners — by as much as 30 degrees, if you’re feeling sufficiently daring. The thing is obviously enormous and undeniably ridiculous, but it’s also quite an achievement to make it operable at all. Check out the video below to know more about the bike.
The Lazareth LM847 is a mix of carbon fiber, aluminum, and glass, with the front windshield and rear mudguards split in half. It certainly ticks all the checkboxes for aggressive and muscular aesthetics. Lazareth says that his creation is essentially a mobile sculpture and should appeal to collectors and just “people with money.” The LM847 is unique, as you might imagine with a bike strapped with a Maserati V8, but once this first one sells, the designer plans to build two more. The original black-and-red Laserati LM847 is priced at €200,000 and available to buy now.