It’s got four wheels, but clearly, it’s not a car. It’s got handlebars and a saddle, but it’s not really a motorcycle. Dodge designers pushed all the traditional boundaries aside when they built the 2003 Tomahawk, creating what might be the wildest Dodge concept vehicle ever.
The Tomahawk is built around a 8.3-liter Viper V10 engine and not much else, with the aluminum cylinder block serving as a major part of the chassis. Curb weight is only 1500 lbs and with 500 horsepower churning the twin rear wheels, the machine’s power-to-weight ratio…Read More