Yamaha Tricera Electric Autocycle Concept
Unveiled at the Japan Mobility Show, the futuristic Yamaha Tricera electric autocycle features an open-top, three wheel design that is part of the company’s “Exciting Urban Mobility: When one’s body and mind and the machine become an organic whole” initiative.


Yamaha Tricera Electric Autocycle Concept
Yamaha wanted to evoke the feeling of an open-top car, while adding a new Kando-filled driving experience with its three-wheel steering. Its human-centric packaging was obtained from the level of controllability felt when changing the center point of the vehicle’s turning circle during the in-phase and counter-phase of the rear wheel. Plus, the user can easily select a manual mode for rear-wheel steering for additional thrills.

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Yamaha Tricera Electric Autocycle Concept
Yamaha Tricera Electric Autocycle Concept
Yamaha Tricera Electric Autocycle Concept

Modern mobility is shifting toward automated driving, but that is precisely why Yamaha Motor is going back to basics and exploring the Kando that is created when a person is at the controls,” said the company.

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