Lithuanian start-up motorcycle company, AKO, has announced its very-first leaning three-wheeler motorcycle that could be perfect for these difficult times. Though the trike is still in the development stage, it blends the comfort and safety of a car with the fun of a motorcycle.
It is powered by a 276 Ps electric motor with 600 Nm of torque. It then sends power to the rear wheel via a driveshaft. AKO claims it has a whopping 300-kilometer range between charges on top of a 240 kilometers per hour top speed.
In the test video above, a frame prototype is unloaded from a trailer and tested on an airstrip. The video shows off how it can lean like a motorcycle. AKO says it lean up to 30-degrees on fast corners. The complex steering system allows the rider to control the trike similar to how a motorcycle is controlled.
For now, it's still in the testing phase, but these images and initial specs make it look like an interesting choice in the future. No pricing or release date has been released by AKO as of this writing.