Unlike other three-wheeled motorcycles, the Stallion is able to give riders the style of a motorized tricycle without removing its comfort in regards to usability, utilizing a steering wheel, air conditioning system and other accessories. The Stallion's chassis also offers riders an excellent power-to-weight ratio, making it a quick and fuel-efficient vehicle.
The Thoroughbred Stallion features a unique tubular box frame. Its wheel base is 16"x6" in the front with 2-18"x8" in the rear. Its sporty design is complemented by its unique cabin, which resembles the interior of a smaller car, offering amenities such as:
- Air conditioning
- Interior lighting
- Tilt steering
- Adjustable pedals
- Hand shifter
One of the primary features of the Stallion is its automatic transmission, which has a shifter located next to the steering wheel. Its 5-speed gear shifter allows the Ford's 2.3-liter engine to make the most of its 143 horsepower. The motorized tricycle also manages to earn an average of a combined fuel economy of 40 mpg.
Although there are no doors featured on the chassis of the Stallion, it does utilize a trunk, which has 7 cubic feet of room. Beneath the trunk is a small trailer hitch that mounts into the chassis.