One of the world's most expensive motorbikes, the T12 Massimo, was showcased at the Top Marques in Monaco on Saturday. The T12 Massimo is a custom-made motorbike with an estimated price of $1,000,000 (€813,355). It is named after late Italian designer Massimo Tamburini, father of the Ducati 916 and MV Agusta F4. «We will be building twelve, only twelve of these motorcycles,» said Akos Feher... Еще, marketing project manager. «They come as you see it. So there are no changes on the paint or any customisation.» «It is extremely light, it's 150 kilogrammes, so it's actually lighter than Moto GP bikes. It is a track-only motorcycle and we're using exotic material like carbon fibre, titanium magnesium... It has 235 horsepower forcing the inline engine,» he explained. The 15th Anniversary Edition of Top Marques Monaco is taking place from April 19 to 22. It hosts the world premiere cars of limited editions, technologically supreme vehicles, including most exclusive and prestigious luxury products as well as rare classic cars and ecological vehicles.