The flying motorcycle Lazareth LMV 496
Lazareth is a French automotive company founded by Ludovic Lazareth. The company prototypes and manufactures exceptional vehicles. Furthermore, in 1998 Ludzoic founded the Lazareth with an aim to give a free hand to his imagination and creativity. Since 2005, the company manufactures various off-bit vehicles. The Lazareth LMV 496 is one of them and it is a flying motorcycle.
In addition, the LMV 496 is a motorcycle by design. However, the difference is its flying ability. The placement of its four wheels is side-by-side. So, the two wheels appear to be one; thanks to its design.
First of all, the concept has very similar design elements to the LM847 model. The elements like carbon wheel-cover, the rear loop, and side of the trim resemble the LM847 model.
Furthermore, Lazareth LMV 496's composite body hides the kerosene tank; providing autonomy of ten minutes of flight. The light steering and riding position gives immediate handling. In addition, running gear technology & braking take inspiration from other Lazareth vehicles. The TFX suspension technology delivers a smoother ride.
Lazareth LMV 496: Power and Technology
The Lazareth LMV 496 is an electric flying motorcycle with 100km of range. Furthermore, the turbines provide the necessary lift for takeoff. The total power is 1300Hp for 2800N of thrust. You can switch from road mode to flight mode with a single switch on the dash.
In addition, the Lazareth LMV 496's dashboard shows the necessary flight information to the rider. The information includes speed, turbine speed, altitude, and position. The kevlar carbon composite provides structural stability and integrity.