In the automotive world, they had once had the idea of having a big enough wagon that would accommodate as many passengers as possible, but availability of alternative materials and metal engineering fabrication were not fully developed yet. Thus requiring an extensive power to move them because of its drag, and now with the difference of our economy and lifestyle these days, many manufacturers have caught to rethink how cars are made.
And yes, we still need those big wagons now-a-days, but the defining need to accommodate a budgetary value of driving fewer passenger seats, cheaper, lighter and tinier engines that are more economical, is drawing more people these days to have them as their workhorse vehicle. Vehicles that can get them there more swiftly because they are tiny; vehicles that without second thoughts will drive you to move around as needed and vehicles with a very low cost maintenance.
What manufacturers are thinking about are three-wheeled vehicles enclosed in a compartment with a dashboard and a steering wheel with the same safety and fuel economy rules as a four wheeled car are today. This idea would indeed redefine what an automobile is. The fact alone that a three wheel vehicle is not only exempt from many state and federal rules dictating safety and emissions standards that apply to cars is in and of itself a big factor already since they are basically considered motorcycles.
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This type of vehicle is also powered with the same fuel and it behaves like an automobile which is different from electric cars. These electric cars are composite because of its engine. Autocycles, on the other hand, is an entire structural composite, since the motorcycle is made into an automobile.
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Three-wheeled though have been around since World WAR II, but has never quite caught on, until the idea of an autocycle. This autocycle has two extended wheel in front with a single rear wheel. An autocycle that has to comply with existing vehicle safety regulations applied to passenger cars, which includes a steering wheel air bag, curtain side impact air bags, anti-lock brakes, and an electronic stability control.
After proving its superior handling characteristics derived from a correctly designed layout, market acceptability remains to be the biggest dilemma to most autocycle manufacturers. The design of the autocycle is unlike the three wheel vehicles before which had a tilting problem since it consists of one wheel in front and two others behind and is constructed with a more stringent and rigid suspensions. Today’s two wheel in front and one at the back tilting three-wheelers designs can lean into turns like motorcycles, increasing inertia resistance that are poorly found on a four wheel vehicle.