Manufactured by MTT, the Y2K is a turbine-powered motorcycle. Using a Rolls Royce gas turbine engine more commonly found in a helicopter, the bike doesn't corner quite as well as you would hope, but it's a fair bet that it will out-accelerate anything else on the road. At the time of writing, the cost of this bike was $150,000.

Perhaps the most famous owner of the Y2K is Jay Leno, an avid collector of both cars and motorcycles.

A strange-looking beast, the Y2K has quite a long wheelbase to give the rider a chance of keeping the front wheel on the ground. Large bore exhaust pipes direct the monster's breath towards unsuspecting car drivers behind.

The Y2K's specifications are quite impressive: