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Looks very much like the Carver ( http://www.carver-worldwide.com ), but then tilting three wheelers are bound to have similarities. A three wheeler can be very safe, if designed well, its a matter of positioning of the centre of gravity.

Three wheeled electric, I like the Zap Xebra, a bit more utilitarian, which I like - don't do flash. http://www.zapworld.com/

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Looks very much like the Carver ( http://www.carver-worldwide.com ), but then tilting three wheelers are bound to have similarities. A three wheeler can be very safe, if designed well, its a matter of positioning of the centre of gravity.

Three wheeled electric, I like the Zap Xebra, a bit more utilitarian, which I like - don't do flash. http://www.zapworld.com/

However, in the right environment, intercity commuting, this would clearly have value.

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The Reliant Robin was decades ahead of its time!

You have to wonder if that is not where this new car came from? Clearly a car that fits the "single" driver mode is going to be in demand with higher gas prices. Now that Italy's Fiat is taking an initial 35 percent stake in Chrysler, the market place is going to be changing rapidly this year and there is going to be room for new players.

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