Wednesday, August 16, 2006 9:00:40 AM
In 2005, Dodge decided to sell 10 versions at US$550,000 each through Neiman Marcus. While the Tomahawk is not street legal, it could, theoretically, be ridden. The Tomahawk, as sold, is missing a few trivial parts necessary to make it a running bike. Dodge has done some minimal testing on the first bike built, and then COO Wolfgang Bernhardt drove it onto the stage at the Detroit Auto Show. The Tomahawk is officially sold as a "rolling sculpture" to show the Viper engine.
So it doesn't go that speed yet, and it is only theoretical. Also no one has got it to that speed yet.