Continuing and ending the theme of car-engined motorcycles is this outrageously wild creation from Ludovic Lazareth that uses a Maserati V-8. Of note, it’s not even the Maser motor that is the craziest part of the design, it’s the fact that it has four wheels but leans in corners, as each wheel is mounted to an individual single-sided swingarm.

Introducing The Lazareth LM 847, The Four-Wheeled Motorcycle

As brazen as the LM is, it wouldn’t make this list without a V-8, and here we’ve got 4691cc mill producing a claimed 470 hp at 7000 rpm and 457 lb-ft at 4750 rpm. The motor is a 90-degree arrangement with a cross-plane crank design. In a Maserati Gran Turismo, the engine must carry about 4100 pounds; the Lazareth said to tip the scales at “just” 881 lbs and has a wheelbase of 72 inches. More info at the company’s website.