The Engler V12 Superquad is half supercar, half quad bike with 1200hp

One of the most powerful bikes we have seen yet
  • The hybrid quad bike features a carbon monocoque chassis with tubular subframes
  • It weighs 1200kg, that’s 1hp per kg
  • 1:1 power-to-weight ratio

Published on May 7, 2024 at 4:03PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 14, 2024 at 7:02PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

Have you ever wondered what a V12-powered quad bike might be like?

Well, the Engler V12 Superquad is here to answer that question for you.

In a ridiculous twist of engineering mishmash, someone thought it was a cool idea to make a half supercar, half quad bike.

READ MORE! Tesla Cyberquad just sold out in China despite being banned in the US

We never thought there would come a day when we would see a quad-bike powered by a V12 engine, but here we are.

Although this is not the first time Engler Automotive has done such a thing.

Last year they released the Engler Desat, a 1,100 hp supercar-shaped quad bike with a V10 engine.

The Desat used a 5.2-liter V10 from an Audi R8 and also adapted the car’s headlights.

The company has taken the half supercar, half quad bike hybrid even further with the Engler V12 Superquad, by adding a 1200hp V12 engine.

The V12 engine can also be specced with anything from 700 to 1200 HP. 

Think about it, a quad bike with a power equivalent to a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

Imagine controlling a vehicle like that with handlebars with the rider fully exposed.

Make sure you have balls of steel before pulling the accelerator all the way down.

The half supercar, half quad bike hybrid is based around a carbon monocoque chassis with tubular subframes.

We have seen our share of weird and futuristic bikes, but this one takes the cake.

According to the automaker, the Engler V12 Superquad is free of fluids and weighs 1200 kg.

That’s 1hp per kg, just like the Koenigsegg One:1 and its 1:1 power-to-weight ratio.

Unfortunately, there’s no word on how much the new Engler V12 Superquad will cost or how many will be made.

The company will likely see how many people are actually interested in buying the hybrid quad bike and then scale the production based on that.

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