This fledgling three-wheeler startup looks to establish an assembly facility, and it's doing so in the heart of the automotive industry.
It's increasingly hard to find a good, cheap roadster. Can this three-wheeler topple Mazda's dominance?
This three-wheeler is the first road-going vehicle from BRP, a company better known for its snow and water vehicles. XCAR took a look at one of these bundles of fun -- and the history of BRP.
The original Morgan Three Wheeler was designed as a cheap runabout to get Britain motoring. The new one? Well that's just for fun.
Arguably, the Morgan Three Wheeler introduced motoring to the masses of the Great Britain in the early 20th century. It was small, easy to fix, and cheap, so people bought them in droves.
Albert Ball was a World War 1 fighter pilot -- one of the best -- and he also loved his Morgan Three Wheeler. We take at look at his life in the latest Morgan Three Wheeler.
Not many cars can be described as bats#*t crazy, but on our first ever XCAR shoot at Morgan the honorary title was bestowed on the 3-wheeler. Ever since we have felt a strong attraction to those cars with mad looks and a sociopathic personality. They are truly insane and we absolutely love them.
The startup hopes bicycle-phobic people will like its lightweight three-wheeler, whose battery gives it a 30-mile range before pedaling.
Accelerating just some 500 feet the three-wheeler Pal-V One took off easily in front of the Dutch Minister of Traffic Safety and Water Affairs, Camiel Eurlings, and a massive group of curious journalists.
Venture Vehicles, yet another entry in the alternative-car market, plans a motorcycle-car crossbreed to market in 2009. Photos: Rollin' with a three-wheeler