• Dynamic wheel positioning
  • The side wheels positions
  • Lean into curves

Dynamic wheel positioning

WATT is based on a patented and innovative wheel configuration wherein the vehicle's passengers are located within a large monowheel. Two independent smaller side wheels provide steering, acceleration and deacceleration abilities. The side wheels' positioning is flexible and can be moved to the front or back end of the car.

When aligned with the contact point of the monowheel, when starting a drive or when preparing to park, the side wheels can turn in the opposite direction, thus making the car swivel on the spot—similar to a bobcat or a Segway.


When accelerating, the side wheels move to the back end of the car using an extended hydraulic/electrical beam – forming a triangle wheel position.


When deaccelerating, the side wheels move to the front end of the car using the hydraulic/electrical beam – to enhance road grip and shorten breaking distance and time.

Lean into curves

Upon turning, WATT deploys its servo-controlled tilt mechanism to execute a safe and comfortable turn.

The tilt system is designed to overcome gyroscopic stabilizing forces (used for straight motion) at turns using WATT’s own mass, much like a motorbike.