The 2020 Polaris Slingshot R splits the difference between car and motorcycle, with a focus on fun.
Campagna Announces New Six-Cylinder T-Rex Model
Three-wheeler specialist Campagna is know for building some pretty outrageous vehicles. Its current lineup includes the Kawasaki-powered T-Rex 14R and 14RR, as well as the Harley-Davidson-powered V13R. The company’s mainstay, the 14R, dishes out 197 horsepower and 113 pound-feet of torque...Kurt Ernst
Urban Transport Of The Future? Bike Meets Car With E-3POD
The Royal College of Art in London, England has produced some of the auto industry's top design talent for 40 years now and attracts budding car designers from all around the world. On occasion, they hold competitions for their top talent to design vehicles of the future, mixing the best in car...Antony Ingram
AutoMoto three-wheeler promises efficient 'all-weather' commuting
Three-wheeled vehicles, especially scooter-like vehicles, have become rather popular in recent years, with a plethora of companies turning out examples, including Piaggio, Brudeli and Peugeot. Now AutoMoto has tossed its hat into the ring with a unique twist: a three-wheeler that leans. Not the...Nelson Ireson
ZAP presents Alias electric three-wheeler to dealers
Electric car company ZAP and its Chinese partner Youngman Auto have taken a step closer to getting its Alias electric three-wheeler onto driveways across the country, with the production version of the electric vehicle being displayed to dealers for the first time. The event took place at this past...Jeremy Weber
Canadian company unveils Energya three-wheeled performance vehicle
Three-wheeled vehicles are a classic and quick way to get around the typical automotive certification standards, since such 'cars' are classified as motorcycles in many countries, including the U.S. In the case of the Energya, however, the three-wheeled design is also a performance feature, helping...Nelson Ireson
Genres like motorcycle, car and all-terrain vehicle are becoming increasingly blurred as more manufacturers make forays into three-wheeled territory. Like a more athletic version of the Can-Am Spyder, Norway's Brudeli Leanster 654L has finally entered production. Based around the KTM 690 Supermoto, the Leanster 654L features a purely mechanical suspension system, which the company says "leaves the rider in control." The initial idea for the three-wheel leaning vehicle was born on the slick wintery gravel roads of Norway, where a standard motorcycle is simply too treacherous for transport most...