Triggo tilting electric quadricycle pulls its wheels in for parking

It looks a bit like it’s a Twizy family member, but Poland’s Triggo EV has a few neat tricks that Renault’s city roller doesn’t. It leans into the corners, at higher speeds its front wheels are spread out for stability, but slow down and they can be pulled in for easier parking, and the batteries can be removed and exchanged for fresh ones.
Being developed for car sharing and package delivery, the Triggo EV has a top speed of 90 km/h (56 mph). In cruise driving mode, the Triggo measures 148 cm (58 in) wide, but at speeds of up to 35 km/h (21.7 mph) a mechanism draws in