Lazareth - LM 847 4 Wheel Behemoth
Limited edition motorcycle-
HOW MUCH DOES THE LAZARETH LM 847 COST?
Cost to own the LAZARETH LM 847 will run you, $215,000. Packing 470 horsepower from a 4.7-liter V8 Maserati engine—the same type found in the automaker's GranTurismo—it was recently on display at the Geneva Motor Show. Take a look at the LM 847 in greater detail below.
The LM847 LAZARETH is a four-wheel pendulum powered by a 470 horsepower Maserati V8.
It tilts thanks to a specific design and kinematics of independent suspension.
Braking is provided by two 8-piston calipers on 420mm diameter perimeter discs. One detail, the brake levers are reversed to improve ergonomics and precision in braking. The mechanism is found inside the handlebar itself.
WHAT IS THE LAZARETH LM 847 TOP SPEED?
This bike has only one speed, the power is transmitted via a torque converter that will take you from 0 to 150km / h in seconds! The two rear swingarms are articulated around the axes of the primary transmission, allowing the two chains that transmit the 470 horses to have a constant tension.
Top speed hasn't been announced but if you were thinking that the Lazareth reminds you of the Dodge Tomahawk, you would be right, both are 4 wheeled motorcycle beasts. The Tomahawk runs at around 200-plus-mph, and both are built on V-8 engines. The LM847 should be in the same ballpark.
Lazareth LM847 is a 4 wheel tilting motorcycle, powered by a Maserati V8 engine delivering 470 bhp. She angles with a specific kinematics design with independent suspensions. Brakes are provided by two 8-piston calipers on 420mm diameter perimeter discs. The brake levers are reversed to improve ergonomics and braking precision. The mechanism is found right inside the handlebar.
The two rear trailing arms are articulated around the primary transmission lines, thus enabling the two chains to be transmitted optimally to the 470 bhp.
With a 1850 mm wheelbase and a 17 "wheels allow the bike to steady right the first mph, enough to counter the 490 Nm of torque. This bike has only one speed, power is transmitted via a torque converter that takes the machine from 0 to 100 mph in seconds!
Engine: 4.7L V8 Maserati 32 valves Displacement: 4691 cc of displacement Manifold: 2 stainless steel 4 in 1 manifolds
Hydraulic coupler - 1 speed Final transmission by chains
470 hp at 7000 rpm Torque 490 Nm at 4750 rpm
Length: 2650mm Width: 900mm Height:1000mm Wheelbase: 1850mm Weight: 400kg
• Carrier motor - polyester and carbon body
Shock absorbers: TFX Suspension technology