Kneel before the Wazuma V8F Matte Edition

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Meet the Wazuma V8F Matte Edition. A custom-built quad-ish thing that seems to be part ATV and part Tumbler (from Batman), designed by Ludovic Lazareth, a bad-ass vehicle customizer.

 

“The Wazuma V8F is a unique masterpiece based on the Wazuma R1 and 100% designed and manuifactured by Lazareth. Based on the same atypical 3 wheels geometry (2 largely spaced front wheels and 2 attached rear wheels), it has been thought to be simple, aggressive and highly performant. This Wazuma is powered by a Ferrari 3.0L V8, developping 250 hp for less than 650kg. This engine incorporates the injection system of two sport bike engines and is electronically controlled by a Sybelle system. All the engine management can be modified and monitored with a computer. The 6 speed sequential gearbox comes from a BMW M3 and is controlled from the handlebars. The machine gets specific and highly exclusive equipment like modified Momo (+Power) rims with Brembo calipers and four 324mm brake discs. The suspension system is very specific, featuring four horizontal shock absorbers, made‐to‐measure by EMC. Everything is enormous. For instance, the wheels are slicks 285‐30ZR18 for the front and 315‐30ZR18 for the rear.”

-As written at on the Official Page

 

That’s right. Ferrari engine. As you can imagine this toy is going to hurt the wallet a bit… Well more than a bit for most of us. Currently is is selling for €200,000 or approximately $270,000 USD.

 

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this post was originally posted on Man Institute

 

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