Posted on: October 8, 2009
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Motivated by the fact that 90% of all cars use two-and-a-half tons of steel to transport just 1 person at a time, aeronautical engineers Chris van den Brink and Harry Kronen took the challenge of developing a new vehicle which would counter the growing problem of congestion, while being ecologically viable at the same time.

In trying to create a narrow, bullet-like model, they were faced with the challenge of creating an automatic stabilizing system that would allow for the vehicle to corner like a motorcycle, without losing its balance. And thus was born the pioneering Dynamic Vehicle Control system.

With an exceptional field of view from within its rounded frame, and its unique, tandem 2-seater design, the Carver resembles the sumptuous lines of an F16 fighter plane, complete with the sound of hydraulic pumps ensuring the cockpit never exceeds it’s 45 degree angle.

Director: Mattijs Mollee, Camera: Marijn Zurburg, Sound: Wouter Veldhuis, Editing: Paul de Heer, Creative Producer: Geert van de Wetering, Producer: Olivia van Leeuwen, Produced by Submarine, Music Sound Design: Pastelle Music, Commissioned by DutchDFA

4 Responses to “Carver”

  1. Noel Says:

    Its similar to the Honda Gyro and the more Recent Piaggio MP3. Looks to be much faster though.

  2. admin Says:

    Looks like it indeed. They are planning to design a small helicopter as well, I heard…

  3. fransen Says:

    already tested it! goes fast and is stunning.
    unfortunately the company has gone bankrupt! hope they find fresh money

  4. Kylie Batt Says:

    Неплохо-мне понравилось,но как-то грустновато!(…

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