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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=16989
Submitted by: Jurrell
Comments: 3  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 01-06-2003
View Stats Category: Other Vehicle
Description:
Dodge Tomahawk

more or less a missle with wheels


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1-06-2003 @ 05:54:02 PM
Posted By : Jurrell Reply | Edit | Del
I want to see one crash

DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler arm Monday unveiled the Dodge Tomahawk -- essentially the 8.3 liter engine from a Dodge Viper mated to a motorcycle frame. Chrysler executives said while the chrome-draped Tomahawk was outlandish, they were seriously considering whether to build a few hundred at a price of at least $250,000 each.

"This is for people who are passionate about engines," said Chrysler Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard, who rode the Tomahawk on stage during a media preview. "A motorcycle is the most beautiful way to showcase an engine."

The 1,500-pound Tomahawk can reach 60 miles an hour in about 2.5 seconds, and has a theoretical top speed of 300 mph. Each pair of wheels is separated by a few inches and each wheel has an independent suspension. Bernhard said four wheels were necessary to handle the power from the engine.


#2
1-06-2003 @ 08:14:01 PM
Posted By : 427 Vette Reply | Edit | Del
Fast but Pretty

#3
1-09-2003 @ 04:44:04 PM
Posted By : murdoc Reply | Edit | Del
Holy shit

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