- January 12, 2018
We know that Yamaha has a three-wheel future with the production Niken due to arrive later this year, and the recent acquisition of three-wheel related patents from Norway. Now, Kawasaki has published a video re-introducing the J Concept three-wheeler originally unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.
The new J Concept video (below you will find both the new video, and the video introduced back in 2013) demonstrates high production values, and certainly leads one to conclude that Kawasaki is serious about manufacturing something similar in the future. A number of questions remain unanswered, however.
We don’t know when, or if, we will see something similar to the J Concept in dealer showrooms, or whether a production machine could really implement the shape-shifting feature highlighted in the videos. Nevertheless, Kawasaki is known for pushing the envelope when it comes to both design and technology, and we don’t think they would put this kind of effort – separated by four years – into the J Concept without some sort of production version under development. Time will tell.
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