The bond bug was the same configuration as the reliant three wheeler and the engine was beside you in the cabin just like the reliant and single wheel at the front.Tilting the wheel will help but the cof g is high blades and boom on top these are heavy items .Nope. The Pal-V is a tilting trike. Like a motorcycle. Pretty good road manners.
Trikes come in 2 basic configurations. "Arrow" with the single wheel in front. "Tadpole" with the single wheel in back. Sidecars, asymmetric arrangements, are not considered trikes for this discussion.
The Robin Reliant is an arrow trike. Like a tricycle geared airplane, if the pull in turns from gravity and side loads wanders outside the imaginary triangle of the tire contact patches, it tips over.
The Bond Bug ( obscure older trike ) and the Slingshot, are tadpole designs. Far better cornering. There is a price to pay in complexity! Instead of a single front wheel with caster/camber/rake etc. to build and get the angles right, you also must consider Ackerman geometry and connect the two wheels so they point the right direction. ( not necessarily the Same direction )
In this Tech Explained article, we will cover the origins and purpose of what is known as Ackermann Steering geometry and how its variations can affect tyre performance across a vehicle's operating range.www.racecar-engineering.com
Introduce a tilting component where you lean to keep the combined pull of gravity and cornering working through the tire contact patches, and it's a different critter.