French bike builder, Lazareth, has come out with their latest creation, which not only raises eyebrows for its design, but also because of the power train it carries.

The vehicle is called the Wazuma V8F, a quad vehicle that looks the part of a trike, except that it actually has four wheels. The standard three-wheel configuration makes it confusing but upon further inspection, you’ll notice that it actually has a pair of rear tires attached closely together.

The curious design of the Wazuma V8F is one of many things that are peculiar about this vehicle. For a bike of its size, Lazareth put a lot of attention in adding some expensive parts, including the extensive use of carbon fiber that can be found all over the machine. On top of that, the Wazuma V8F also has a new set of modified 18" MOMO wheels to go with Brembo caliper brakes, and four horizontal shock absorbers specifically designed for the vehicle.

And then here’s where it gets really interesting. The Wazuma V8F has quite a power train inside of it, one that comes courtesy of a famous Italian automaker you’re probably familiar with. Yep, inside this intriguing quad lies a 3.0-liter Ferrari V8 engine that produces in excess of 250 horsepower and mated to a BMW M3-sourced six-speed sequential gearbox.

A Ferrari engine mated with a BMW gearbox and encased in this design? Yeah, that’s what makes the Lazareth Wazuma V8F a quad like no other.

  • 2012 Lazareth Wazuma V8F
  • Year:
  • Engine:
    3.0-lietr Ferrari V8
  • Transmission:
    six-speed sequential gearbox
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    250 horsepower


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  (1) posted on 11.9.2013

i need one that would be fantastic for pikes peak or the old race to the sky in queenstown new zealand

  (399) posted on 01.9.2012

Haha. I hate the wheels! They must have put a more better yet of the same size of wheels. Anyway, the engine specification of this Lazareth Wazuma is fairly fine and so with its speed performance.

  (13) posted on 12.18.2011

the headlamp is like nissan 350z..

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