The Vogue trike
The Vogue adds a roof and windshield to a regular scooter body, and a
nice big trunk, and then sticks an extra wheel on the back for
automatic, you may drive one with a CAR driver's license.
The Vogue mounts both rear wheels and the 150cc engine on a platform
that stays parallel to the road as the cabin leans left and right above
it. This keeps the cabin section quite light and easy to balance. When
parked, the cabin tilt can be locked.
The Honda designed 150cc engine typically returns about 25km/lt
Clearly built for practicality and economy, the Honda-designed 150cc
engine typically returns about 25 km/lt and conservative use can boost
mileage up toward 40 km/lt. The GT Commuter will happily cruise around
town, its CVT keeping revs at peak torque, or max out at around 90km/h
on the freeway. Storage space is impressive for a 2-seater.
This economical mule packs a surprising wallop in features for its size.
For one, it unselfishly sits two in a tandem seat design that provides
comfortable armrests for the rear passenger. There's also a lockable
trunk for storage, four speakers with MP3 connection (optional), and a
carbon fiber-style dashboard that should be familiar enough with
motorists.For handling, the onboard Automatic Continuously Variable
Transmission (CVT) gives optimal engine rpm, while a tilting "rocker
system" offers enough traction for this scooter to take on corners and
turns just like its bigger motorcycle cousin. The 6 lt of fuel capacity
is expected to provide about 200 km of cruising range. And for a bit of
personalization, you get a choice of nine colors to pick from.