GG Taurus Feature

Swiss company Grueter and Gut Technik (GG) is responsible with manufacturing the European-made Can-Am rival that conceals a noteworthy German powerplant This high dubbed Taurus and comes with a 1293cc BMW four-cylinder engine, which is enough to make its Canadian competitor tremble.

Three-wheelers have always been niche products, half-way houses between motorcycles and quads if you will, and although Can-Am has had some success with its Spyder models, the high price of admission has prevented them from becoming truly mainstream. Then again, that rarity could be seen as a plus point.
This trend of such trikes being rare, expensive power toys probably won't change with the advent of the GG Taurus, which is likely to be more expensive than the Can-Am Spyder.

Since the 175 hp, 6 speed Taurus would be the pricier trike, most casual riders looking for a reverse trike would most likely opt for the Can Am, but, for those who can't be seen on what anyone else is riding, who have to be a little bit faster and are willing and able to pay for the experience, the Taurus would be pretty sweet. There's no indication this is coming stateside but you never know.

Engine and transmission Displacement:1293.00 ccm (78.90 cubic inches)Engine type:In-line four, four-strokePower:172.99 HP (126.3 kW)) @ 9250 RPMTorque:140.00 Nm (14.3 kgf-m or 103.3 ft.lbs) @ 8250 RPMTop speed:220.0 km/h (136.7 mph)Valves per cylinder:4Cooling system:LiquidGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,
final drive:Shaft drive (cardan)Driveline:Differential with reverse gearExhaust system:Three-way catalic converter