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MotorcyclesLazareth LMV 496 jet-powered flying quad cycle teased

23:10  07 january  2019
23:10  07 january  2019 Source:   autoblog.com

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Enter the Lazareth LMV 496 , which will apparently replace those wheels altogether with what appears to be a quartet of small jet turbine engines. If you were a kid in the '80s who grew up dreaming of time travel with Dr. Emmett Brown, you're already familiar with the premise of Lazareth 's teaser.

Lazareth LMV 496 Flying Motorcycle. Posted: March 20, 2019. For driving the LMV 496 has an electric engine able to go 100KM per charge. Turbines give it the power to take to the air - around 1300HP for 2800N of thrust - and a kerosene tank covered by the bike's Kevlar carbon composite

It must be getting increasingly difficult to get the internet-obsessed masses to sit up and take notice, even for a boutique brand like Lazareth, which has made a living by blowing motorcycle enthusiasts' socks off with crazy contraptions for well over a decade. Some of Lazareth's memorable machines have had three wheels, others four. Where do you go from there?

Enter the Lazareth LMV 496, which will apparently replace those wheels altogether with what appears to be a quartet of small jet turbine engines. If you were a kid in the '80s who grew up dreaming of time travel with Dr. Emmett Brown, you're already familiar with the premise of Lazareth's teaser. The wheels flip around, the jet engines spin up to speed, flames shoot downward, and the craft lifts skyward. Lazareth LMV 496 jet-powered flying quad cycle teased post.metadata.leadImageDesc

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The Lazareth LMV 496 is not the first flying motorcycle concept we have seen. Earlier, we reported on another such concept called The Speeder by Jetpack Aviation, a California startup. Lazareth needs to fine tune their machine and turn it into the vehicle that people have been seeking for decades.

Lazareth has stunned the world with their flying motorcycle. Could this be the future of personal flying mobility? Lazareth LMV 496 - Episode 2 - "La Moto Volante" - Flying Bike - Продолжительность: 2:19 LM847 - LAZARETH - V8 ENGINE POWERED MOTORCYCLE - Test Drive in Annecy

We have no idea if this thing is real, or if it's merely a concept. Either way, it's sweet. And it's coming on January 31, according to the text below the YouTube video. You can bet we'll be watching to see what happens.

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If I had a spare $380,000 I might look into it too! How many times have you heard something along the lines of  “it’s almost 2020! Where’s my flying car?” Well if you’ve got the cash (and a little faith) you can have a flying motorcycle (though without any wheels can we really call it that?) The Future is (Nearly) HereWeekend WTF: Do We Really Want Flying Bikes?The Lazareth Flying Bike Packs Four Jets Of Downforce Jetpack Aviation, a company out of Los Angeles, is accepting deposits on what it says will be a run of only twenty (20) “speeders” for personal use.

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