The Arcimoto is eerily similiar to a (European? Finnish? Can't remember....) design from maybe 10 - 15 years ago. I wondered then why it didn't get traction in the marketplace. ***EDIT*** Found it - they're in Poland, seem to still be in business: http://friends-of-sam.com/en And incidentally, their weight is 720 kg or 1587 lb. See below how that might be a real problem. ***/EDIT*** Three-wheelers are tricky. They can be exceptionally competent, or a disaster, depending on how they are designed. I like the fact that it's FWD, which is how they should be, rather than RWD which is how most are designed because it's easier. But the high seats and short wheelbase have my warning buzzers going off. The delivery van has the cargo load in the worst place possible, high and over the rear wheel. This thing will have the dynamics of a car. Calling it a motorcycle is nothing but a regulatory convenience. In everything it does it will be car-like, never mind the handlebar steering. Today's cars will slide and/or spin if you drive too hard. Even SUVs - the only way to get an SUV to roll without hitting a curb or something is to get your steering inputs out of sync with the body leaning from side to side. (Like sliding, correcting and then counter-correcting too late - something that is sadly all-to-frequent with SUVs.) The Arcimoto looks short enough in wheelbase and with enough cg height to tip over just from cornering too hard. (Tipping first rather than sliding first, unlike an SUV.) Which is especially concerning with no side doors or arm restraints. I could be wrong, the front track might be wide enough to prevent it, but I wouldn't bet on it. Arcimoto should provide a video of this thing snaking through a slalom course, drifting and sliding, to put that valid concern to rest. Some of us remember the Corbin Sparrow, and how often it turned itself into a hockey puck under circumstances where no car driver would expect such behavior. Also, three-wheeler licensing varies widely from state to state. There are no specs on the site, but there are some states that put a 1500 lb. limit on the definition of "motorcycle." Does this qualify? What about other states? Look into licensing and insurance before you buy.