Engler Automotive, a company that produces high-performance sports cars, has unveiled a new quad bike called the Engler V12. The vehicle has features that sound like they belong on a hypercar, such as a monocoque chassis, carbon-ceramic brakes, a titanium exhaust with a ceramic coating, and a V-12 engine that produces up to 1,200 horsepower. The engine will be unveiled in detail within the year, but the company has disclosed that it will produce 700-800 horsepower in its least powerful setup, and it will meet the strictest emissions regulations.

The Engler V12 also has an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, which was designed in collaboration with Technical University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, in Kosice, Slovakia. The quad bike has 20-inch magnesium forged wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and is mounted on a chassis with titanium suspension bits and proprietary shock absorbers.

The vehicle has leather seats that are upholstered with the same material as Hermès bags and can accommodate two riders. It also features two touchscreen displays – one for vehicle telematics and another for the Apple CarPlay-enabled infotainment system. The Engler V12 is designed without pedals, with all of the vehicle controls located on the steering bar. Its height-adjustable windshield works in sync with the active aerodynamics hidden in the bodywork. However, there are no seatbelts, so getting ejected might be safer in case of an accident, as there is no bodywork between the riders and the open air.

Engler Automotive only produces 10 cars each year, but with the introduction of this quad, the company plans to increase that number. It is currently testing the V12 on the track before it hits public streets for testing in traffic.

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