I also figure all their reverse trikes (tadpole) are leaning as you noted, the front suspension is quite similar to the other one that clearly all-wheel leans. They showed a video of that one trike leaning, but to my knowledge have released NOTHING about these other trikes leaning (text, pics, vids, etc), which makes me wonder how could they build and be ready to sell a leaning trike, yet withhold any clear admission of that arguably "new improved" feature. It seems that all wheel leaning corrects the longstanding cornering handling problems of trikes.
However, I did hear by way of that floating service attendant window (at saferwearhouse but I think scooterdepot has them too) using text to answer questions. So I asked if the ruckus style 50cc trike was a leaner like the other model ,,,A instead of ,,,C and they guy right away said yes, the wheels all lean together like that other trike does. I pressed for some sort of verification, so I asked about how it operates/feels when you come to a stop, specifically, when temporarily stopping, do you need to put your foot down to keep from falling to one side or the other, or does it tend to stay upright at a stop without needing to put a foot down? He said it kinda leans when stopped but it wont fall over. He also said they do NOT have them in stock, but the shipment usually takes 2-3weeks, probably closer to 2 weeks.