|Class||Prototype / Experimental|
|Body Style||Single Seat 4-wheeled Motorcycle|
|Length||102 in (2,600 mm)|
|Width||27.7 in (700 mm)|
|Height||36.9 in (940 mm)|
|Wheelbase||76 in (1,900 mm)|
|Weight||1,500 lbs. (680 kg)|
|Engine||90º V-10 505 cubic inches (8277 cc)|
|Power||500 horsepower (370 kW) @ 5600 rpm (45 kW/L)|
|Similar||Dodge Viper (Engine Only)|
|Designer||Dodge Concept Design Team|
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Only 10 Tomahawks exist. One is held by Chrysler LLC for Display purposes and 9 were sold through Niemann Marcus as rolling sculptures and as such cannot be certified for use on public roads. As they can move, they can be driven on private roads and racetracks.
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By US DOT Standards, as these vehicles have 4 wheels, they cannot be classified as motorcycles.
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Not really an award but an achievment in and of itself. One of the few concepts ever produced in which persons could have purchased copies (albiet very expensive copies @ $550,000.00 a piece).
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