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You're right in that the Kawi platform is different with the way the front wheels cantilever. No doubt they are different in the way the Kawi version uses scissoring swingarms while the Yami uses more conventional pivoting fork tubes. But I think the overall concept is basically the same - 2 wheels up front that articulate to allow the frame to lean into turns. These are both significantly different that the Can Am Spyder or Polaris Slingshot. They are have 3 wheels, but are radically different the way they are designed.I think it's really different to the Yammie the front set up is completely different (,obviously there are 2 wheels) but the electric powered concept, is something so radical I think sets it apart and if this is going too be kawas first mainstream electric platform I think it'll set the bench mark against manufacturers trying conventional swap overs.