The World Needs Empowering, Intelligent Mobility
Pollution, congestion, and a lack of economic access are still the global status quo. When 77% of all vehicles on the road travel with only one person aboard, it's time for a future driven by:
Clean, zero emission energy
Reduced traffic congestion
Efficient use of space
Helix spent years developing our cutting edge technology through partnerships with global innovation firms like Bosch engineering and IDIADA. The result is the next generation proprietary solution for electric mobility.
Vehicle dynamics deliver a sense of being glued to the road. Safety features include a safety cage, driver’s airbag, safety harnesses, automatic braking and automatic lane departure correction.
Helix's aerodynamic design results in incredible miles per gallon equivalent electric and it's slim design help reduce road congestion.
The true excitement factor - Dynamic
Steering Control System (DSCS) - tilts the
vehicle cabin safely and automatically like a
Driver recognition and smart phone
Hands free phone calls
Surround sound audio
Heated and cooled seats
The Helix design has evolved, inside and out. Hear the story of Helix's design roots with the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) Student Design Team
Influenced by great engineers and innovators from the past, Helix is the long-awaited evolution of the 3-wheeled, tilting vehicle. Our patented advances in technology differentiate Helix in core areas like stability, safety, all-electric drive, and financial viability. Here's how the market has evolved.
Helix awareness promotion. Helix patented core system integration, Show Car development.
Decision to launch in USA as first stage of global enterprise.. Helix patented core system and component engineering.
Helix system patents are granted for break-through Dynamic Steering Control System (DSCS) and vehicle designs
Helix partners with IED international design school to host student design contest in Barcelona and Turin
Gotech International Ltd was founded to address technological shortcomings of previous designs to introduce a completely new DNA of a 3 wheeled vehicle named Helix.
Brink Technologies (Carver Engineering) discontinued production of CarverOne. Venture Vehicles (Persu Mobility) also discontinued their efforts to market Carver Technology.
Venture Vehicles licenses the Carver vehicle technology for sale in the U.S., later renamed Persu Mobility,
Brink Technologies using their DVC technology developed a man-wide slender vehicle named CarverOne.
In 2002, Top Gear featured this vehicle with rave reviews. Approximately 215 Carver vehicles had been produced.
The first motorcar was a 3 wheeler built in 1885 by Karl Benz. His wife Bertha financed the development and was the driver and mechanic who drove it on the first long-distance road trip from Mannheim to her maternal hometown of Pforzheim and back. She covered 194 km (121 mi) in total.