The Stallion, World's Most Expensive Bigwheel

Monday, August 13, 2007

$30,000 may sound like a lot to pay for a three-wheeler, but The Stallion by Thoroughbred Motorsports seeks to be an economic performance vehicle, combining car comfort with motorcycle acceleration.

Featuring a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that pushes 150HP, five-speed automatic transmission, and even A/C, The Stallion would make one hell of an unimpressive car, but it's not a car, it's a superlight vehicle that we're certain gets a crazy 0-60. The rider and passenger sit front to back, which won't allow for easy conversation, but the 45MPG highway might make up for lost chatter (besides, who likes easting bugs anyway).

1 Responses:

Anonymous Says:

The Stallion bike actually a fair price for what you get. However, yoy might have to wait six months to a year to acquire one once you put the thiry grand down. You will know what your delivery date is (approximately)
until you pay the dealer. who then will aquire a factory number for you.
I understand the manufacturer has well over 1,000 orders to date and has not begun to scale up to their expectations.