Invented by Dutch entrepreneur Anton van den Brink, Carver One steers like a car and banks like a motorcycle:
... what happens when you drive a Carver: you 'carve' corners. And even when there are none, you will be carving down the roads, carving your way through traffic, constructing your own track just like skiers carve down snowy slopes.
At low speeds and in reverse, the cockpit stays upright. As soon as you gain speed and turn the steering wheel, the cockpit banks, just like a motorcycle or, even better, an aeroplane, as the Dynamic Vehicle Control (DVC™) system automatically adjusts the tilt angle of the cockpit to the speed and acceleration of the vehicle, enabling a plane-like 'tilting before cornering'.