All three of Xenith's wheels turn, making it agile and giving it a tight turning radius.
A linear actuator on the third, rear wheel allows it to be angled. Set in dynamic mode, the third wheel can turn the opposite direction of the front wheels for a tighter turning radius.
In sailing mode the third wheel can be set at a specific degree, allowing it to be angled while still moving forward, like a crab, so the car can be angled into the wind for better aerodynamic performance.
Weighing just less than 400 pounds, stunningly light for a vehicle of this size, a single off-the-shelf mountain bike suspension is able to handle the rear wheel's shock absorbing needs.