A couple of weeks ago, I talked to Van den Brink, founder of Carver, the tilting trike (one wheel upfront, two wheels aft) from Holland. He was adamant about going 'full tilt' to counter motion sickness. I said to him that it all depends, like vehicle measurements, track vs wheelbase, CoG. Plus Carver has been known to cause nausea. My personal opinion is that for a (rather) sleek-footprint vehicle with a battery pack that ensures a low CoG, it may suffice to go 'soft tilt'. Which is already a great improvement over cars that dip the outer side when taking bends or corners. Three-wheeler expert Rieley said that it will probably not even need to bank during cornering... What say you?