French bike makers Lazareth have unveiled their deranged LM847 bike at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
What makes the Lazareth LM847 so mad is the engine that powers it - a 4.7-litre V8 from Maserati that produces 470hp and 620Nm of torque.
The bike sends the power to the rear wheels (there are two wheels at each end) through a 1-speed transmission and dual chain drive.
To bring the LM847 to a halt, Lazareth have fitted dual 420mm discs from Brembo with 8-piston calipers to the front wheels and a single 250mm brembo disc with 4-piston calipers at the back. The wheels are shod with Michelin Power Cup Pro tyres.
The LM847 is 2650mm long, 900mm wide, 1000mm tall and has a 1850mm wheelbase. The bike weighs in at 400 kilograms, giving it an insane power to weight ratio of 1175hp/ton.
The LM847 has a dual-wheel hub center steering setup up front and uses the rear end of the Ducati 1299 Panigale. The bike also uses a custom suspension setup from TFX and the levers and the mirrors are Rizoma.
The Lazareth LM847 is definitely something special to look at and is our pick for the biggest surprise from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.