The Carver is a fully electric vehicle, featuring aspects of both a scooter and a car. In terms of legislation, the Carver is categorized as a scooter, which means that a scooter driving license is sufficient to drive it. Yet a Carver is operated much like a car i.e. in an enclosed compartment with a steering wheel and foot pedals.
The electric Carver has three wheels; one in the front and two in the back, and is equipped with the Dynamic Vehicle Control system to ensure stability when turning. The Carver is 2.89 m in length, 0.98 m in width, 1.49 m in height and weighs 260 kg.
Inside there is space for two occupants (a driver and passenger) plus an additional 75 liters of luggage in the back.The Carver’s top speed is 45 km/h, which it can reach within 8 seconds. It range maxes out at 100 km. Being a fully electric vehicle, the Carver carries a 5.4 kWh lithium iron phosphate battery.
The unique property of the Carver vehicles is its automatic balancing “Dynamic Vehicle Control” system. The DVC technology was invented to allow for full stability when turning at high speeds in an enclosed narrow vehicle.When turning, any object is subject to a certain amount of centrifugal force, directed away from the center around which the object is moving.
As speed increases, the amount of force applied to the object also increases.The experience is thrilling and unforgettable. Its advanced tilt technology offers remarkable stability and balance when cornering. It has a max tilting angle of 40 degrees.