T3 Motion has released some details pertaining to its two-passenger GT3 plug-in electric vehicle. The tri-wheel design features two front wheels and a single rear wheel with two separately integrated low rolling resistance tyres. Front suspension consists of a MacPherson strut layout. A multi-link dual-shock rear suspension system keeps things exciting as far as handling is concerned.
The front-wheel-drive GT3 has an overall length of 140 inches (355 cm), a width of 63 inches (160cm) and a standing height of 45 inches (114cm). Front track width is 55 inches (140cm), the wheelbase is 100 inches (254cm) and minimum ground clearance is 5 inches (12.7cm).
Power is supplied by lithium-polymer battery technology and goes to the AC induction motor sitting at the front. According to T3, the GT3 has a range of between 80 and 100 miles (129km - 161km) per charge. It has a top speed of 70mph (113km/h).
T3 will be selling the vehicle at between US$35,000 (€28,700) and US$42,000 (€34,500). Interestingly because of its 3-wheel design it is classified as a motorcycle.
Watch this very short video for an idea of what it looks like.
Front Track Width
Min Ground Clearance
Battery Pack Size
Front Suspension Design
Single ratio transaxle
80- 100 miles