Water Cooled, 4 Cylinder, 16 Valve, Turbo Intercooled
|Horsepower||67.99 HP (50.7 KW) @ 6000RPM|
|Torque||73.76 ft/lbs (100.0 Nm) @ 3200RPM|
|Transmission||Gear box: 5+1 Speed
|Suspension||Front: Single-arm With Hydraulic Shock Absorption
Rear: McPherson Suspension With Rear-wheel Steering
|Front Tire||140/70 R17|
|Rear Tire||195/45 R15|
|Wheelbase||105.98 inches (2692 mm)|
|Length||133.82 inches (3399 mm)|
|Width||51.81 inches (1316 mm)|
|Weight||670.0 kg (wet)|
The Carver ONE was a Water Cooled, 4 Cylinder, 16 Valve, Turbo Intercooled Road motorcycle produced by Carver in 2000. Max torque was 73.76 ft/lbs (100.0 Nm) @ 3200 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 67.99 HP (50.7 KW) @ 6000 RPM.
The bike has a 5+1 Speed transmission.
It came with a 140/70 R17 front tire and a 195/45 R15 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Discs in the front and a Discs in the rear. The front suspension was a Single-arm With Hydraulic Shock Absorption while the rear was equipped with a McPherson Suspension With Rear-wheel Steering. The wheelbase was 105.98 inches (2692 mm) long.
2000 Carver ONE
Chris Van den Brink and Harry Kroonen, aeronautical engineers at Brink Dynamics, one of the Eurotool companies, put on the paper the Dynamic Vehicle Control (DVC) concept which automatically translates the "car type steering" input into an optimal "motorcycle type banking" of the chassis. After two years, the first vehicle wearing this concept was born, impressing the world. In 1997 the Dutch police got a three wheeled prototype of this "strange moto-car" and the machine got the OK signature for road use. Year after year, the prototype was improved and restyled, turning into the Carver One.