If you haven’t heard of the Y2K Superbike, then you may soon.
It is becoming more popular as the world learns its one of the fastest motorcycles around.
It can top a speed of 250 miles per hour and is powered by a jet engine that can even run on tequila.
The $270,000 bike is manufactured by Marine Turbine Technologies. Founder and CEO Ted McIntyre II says that riding the bike feels like you are piloting a fighter jet.
He told CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich” that “It’s like the hand of god pushin’ you.”
One of the most interesting things about the high-powered engine is that it can be powered by on top-shelf booze, since turbines are able to run on anything combustible.
McIntyre said, “Our particular bikes are set up to run on Diesel. But it’ll run on good tequila.”