Yamaha recently unveiled the Tricera at the Tokyo Motor Show. This electric, open-top three-wheeled vehicle aims to redefine urban mobility. In the United States, the three-wheeler market has long been dominated by the Polaris Slingshot, making Yamaha’s Tricera an intriguing electric alternative.
What distinguishes the Tricera is its unique rear-wheel steering feature. In addition to conventional front-wheel steering, the single rear wheel can also turn, resulting in a reduced turning radius and enhanced stability at higher speeds. Should the Tricera enter the American market, it could potentially offer a more modern and refined option in the three-wheeler segment.