Honda represents a modern and very convenient electric personal transport. It's the Honda 3R-C, a solo-commuting concept, that will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week.
The Honda 3R-C concept looks a lot like a motorcycle from the rear.
The three-wheeler has its drivetrain mounted low, giving the vehicle a low center of gravity to improve stability. It has a clear canopy that covers the driver's seat while it is parked and not in use. When 3R-C vehicle is in motion, the canopy becomes a windshield that provides the driver with some measure of protection.
It has high sides to its safety-shell body to further protect the driver and a fair amount of storage space in front of the driver in a trunk. The 3R-C study was created by European designers working at Honda's Research and Design facility in Milan.
USA Today has contributed to the report.
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