Sway Motorsports Leaning Electric Three-Wheeler

Jun 13, 2014

Category: Rides

Motorcycles are cool and all, but they require a lot of foot-on-pavement action. And that won’t work if you’re wearing a pair of $300 Jordans that you trampled a soccer mom for. Point is, you like your shoes clean. Keep ’em that way with this new 3-wheeled invention from Sway Motorsports. Dubbed the Sway, the all-electric vehicle lets you lean and tilt into turns, and your feet never hit the street.

Three models of the Sway are expected, with top speeds ranging from 35 miles per hour to 70 mph, and the electric range can hit up to 60 miles with a lithium-ion battery. An 8kW electric motor on the rear wheel generates the oomph. The makers of Sway are hoping for a 2015 arrival, and they’re already taking deposits of $100.

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