I don't know all the info on this trike but i think the method is a good one(think Lotus style). Gary Moore's folded aluminum panel RT with inside and outside panels for strength. Maybe even a honeycomb filler between the panels.
I have seen some unique structural panels done with Balsa wood and fiberglass. But a monocoque chassis is a always interesting to look at. The cars of the 60's and 70's were modified monocoque designed.
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Not exactly a thing of beauty, but the whole thing, especially back of the roll bar, is impressively neat and minimalistic. The swing arm straddling the engine is what I was wanting to incorporate if/when I do my engine swap. The arm looks factory but darned if I know what from. Looks like I could do worse than to lift this guy's idea.
Also like the way the coilover fits the grove in that great looking fully exposed engine.
Where did you see that SRX? Any info on what the motor is?
Wait! How is it cooled? Where is the tank? Electric? No place for batteries.
Later: As there are no lights or tag, I am surmising this is a sophisticated work in progress and there is a yet to be fitted fiber-resin body for the mono, just as if it were a tube chassis.
Actually it looks like the engine is a Briggs & Stratton type. I think on the top left side of the engine is the gas tank. If that is true than there is no need for a radiator. It also looks like it has a belt drive and probably has a centrifugal go kart type clutch which means there is no linkages for any kind of shifting. All it needs is a throttle cable.
I found these pictures on Pinterest with no links to any information on it.
Its fun to speculate. You may be dead on about the drivetrain, but I think those thick black cables at the top indicate an electric motor or batteries and the wind farm in the background is not random but symbolic.
Later; Yes, that's it, batteries or battery cases on either side of the monoshock with a compact electric motor below. Maybe.