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Sway | Leaning Electric Three Wheeler

Sway Motorsports have introduced at this week´s CES, a compact all-electric, three wheel vehicle named Sway. The electric trike is targeted at the in-city rider, it features a patented tilting system allowing unparalleled handling on crowded city streets. The dynamic vehicle offers great stability and provides the thrill and maneuverability of motorcycling without the same risk of falling. The creators state that driving Sway is a unique feeling, like a fusion of skiing and motorcycling. watch the video and check out how really cool this thing is.

Three models are currently available, the Basic at $4999(20 mile range | 35 mph top speed), the Lithium at $7999(40 mile range | 60 mph top speed), and the LithiumPlus at $10999(60 mile range | 70 mph top speed).




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