Thoroughbred seeks dealer interest in new Stallion

Publish Date: 
Apr 1, 2007
By Dave Scott

After a year-long marketing effort at major rallies and shows around the country, Motor Trike Inc.'s Thoroughbred Motorsports division brought its groundbreaking three-wheeler, the Stallion, to Dealer Expo, and finally started soliciting dealer inquiries. Thoroughbred's engineers designed the frame, suspension and body work to fit around the centerpiece: a 2.3-liter Ford powertrain.

The engine produces 155 hp and 160 ft. lbs. of torque. With the power-to-weight ratio of a Corvette, any demo ride will probably leave your customer smiling for days.

The Stallion has air conditioning, heat, cup holders and a stereo system, plus it has a five-speed automatic transmission. Its 9.5-gallon fuel cell coupled with a fuel economy close to hybrid standards can create long days of leisurely travel.

Seven cubic feet of trunk space ensures room for a fully loaded golf bag.

The Stallion is being manufactured in six colors with stock billet wheels.