Alex Hodge set out to create a vehicle which gave the comfort of a passenger car, with the performance of a roadbike. The result is a hybrid between the two,...

Alex Hodge set out to create a vehicle which gave the comfort of a passenger car, with the performance of a roadbike. The result is a hybrid between the two, the Hawk.

Powered by a Honda RC51 V-twin 999cc engine, with a redline of 10,000rpm, 120RWhp and a theoretical top speed of 233 kilometers per hour. Wearing three 19inch lightweight alloy wheels equiped with twin rear and front disc brakes, you wont have any problems stopping in a hurry.

Fiberglass outer shell and alloy chassis give you the aerodynamics needed to acheive the level of performance you expect from a roadbike, with the comfort of a car. The interior is a combination of moulded plastic and leather trim, with digital dials giving you the vital information about your vehicle.

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