A Czech motorcycle maker has introduced a two-wheeled vehicle equipped with a 2442 cc V6 engine with 240 horsepower. The bike is called Midalu 2500 V6 and has a mass of just 270 kilograms thanks to special chassis and many carbon fiber elements.
The design idea came in 2007, and the prototype was presented in early 2008.
The engine is a V6 at 90 degrees, liquid cooled, which provides more than 200 Nm and has an average consumption of about 6 liters per cent.
Once into production, FGR Midalu will be the sport motorcycle with the largest sucked motor in the world and quite possibly the most powerful series motorcycle in the world.
The Czechs at FGR have been testing the prototype in its final version for nearly a year, with financing being the only element needed to complete the project.