Sommer Diesel 462 is ready to rival
Motorcycles with a petrol engine are able to compete with modern supercars in the sphere of the explosive dynamics, speed and deafening sound of the exhaust. The internal combustion engine of a motorcycle, which running on gasoline, is an ordinary thing, of course.
But if you delve into the technology, it turns out that the bike is quite able to successfully move on diesel fuel too, showing the wonders of efficiency and high-torque. Sommer Diesel 462 proves this statement well; it looks like it just came from the Museum, but despite this, Sommer Diesel 462 is a miracle of mechanical thoughts.
Its single-cylinder 4-stroke diesel produces 11 horsepower, which is less than that a lawn mower has but boasts a powerful torque of 200 nm. This means that the bike will deliver even heavy rider on any slope steepness, even if the engine has to work harder than usually.