Kawasaki patent application describes a three-wheel vehicle that leans

Kawasaki is performing on a distinctive open-air 3-wheeler with a rolling system that can lean into turns, in accordance to a patent software revealed by the European Patent Office and learned by Motorcycle.com

Like the 3-wheeled Polaris Slingshot — which just received an update including a extra powerful motor — it seats two individuals in a side-by-side format, but it has some essential variances. Most noteworthy is the skill to tilt inward into the turning course, which the applicant suggests helps make it “possible to notice a favorable driving emotion similar to that of a motorbike or the like.”

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Connected tech becomes hotbed for patent wars in automotive industry, Auto News, ET Auto

New Delhi: The German carmaker Daimler and the Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia has been at loggerheads since March 2019 over the latter’s refusal to grant a patent license for technologies used in navigation systems, vehicle-to-vehicle communication and self-driving cars.

Nokia owns several patents protecting technologies on which current mobile phone standards are based, such as wifi, 3G, 4G, and the latest 5G which it licenses at the car level.

It is not only the OEMs and their suppliers who are investing billions in automotive R&D, but an entire network of technology companies and a vast swathe of start-ups.
It is not only the OEMs and their suppliers who are investing billions in automotive R&D, but an entire network of technology companies and a vast swathe of start-ups.

However,

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