The BSA 3-Wheeler! This concept is the re-imagining of a 1930s model first introduced by The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA).
combine that manufactured firearms, bicycles, cars, buses and more.
They were the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. In 1929, the company introduced their first 3-Wheeled cars.
comprising of an upper and lower clam shell design with integrated dashboard and trunk, bonded using F1 and Indy racing car technology.
chassis that carries all the drive train, suspension and fuel systems.
The V Twin 3-Wheeler has several different engine sizes starting at 100” to 120” (1.6L to 2.0L), with a 5 speed transmission and shaft drive to the rear wheel. Other versions of this vehicle are currently in production, such as an electric version, an open wheel model and a 4-Wheel model.