Diesel-engine powered vehicles and motorcycles offer remarkably low fuel consumption, incredible power on the road and a tough build meant to last a lifetime.
The Neander Turbo Diesel MotorCycle packs up all of these features and then some. It introduces a significant revolution to the world of motorcycling that was previously only available for vehicles operating this kind of engine.
It was labeled the first successful turbo-diesel motorcycle model worldwide, offering a notable 112 horsepower on a 1340cc engine.
As a result, it boasts a most impressive acceleration capacity and can perform equally well within the city and out on the highway.
It uses Bosch common rail direct injection and takes only 4.5 seconds to get from zero to 100mph. It only consumes 4.5 liters for 100km and as such is a highly economical mode of transport.
The sleek design of its exterior more than matches up to its capability and this unlikely combination makes it an awesome ride for the motorcycle enthusiast.