A Stallion Trike saves gasoline by combining a highly efficient fuel economy with a 9.5-gallon fuel tank that is larger than other motorcycles its size. The Stallion Trike reaches fuel economy levels of 35 and 45 miles per gallon in the city and on the highway, respectively. The vehicle's fuel economy and fuel tank size give it an effective range of between 285 to 425 miles while still maintaining 2 gallons of fuel in reserve.
The Stallion Trike uses a Ford 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engine that can generate up to 155 horsepower and 160 feet-pounds of torque. The motorcycle also uses a five-speed automatic transmission system and features a trunk capacity of 7 cubic feet. Unlike other motorcycles, the Stallion Trike is driven using a steering wheel and features a reverse function. Other amenities of the vehicle include a built-in radio, cup holders and temperature control systems for both rear and front passenger seats.
The Stallion Trike was initially produced for the powersports vehicle market between 2006 to 2010, resulting in 800 units being produced. Due to economic reasons, production of the Stallion Trike was halted in 2010. Thoroughbred Motorsports announced a recommencement of production in 2012 and began producing units by October of the same year.