In November 2014, Joe Wilcox, founder and CEO of the American company SWAY Motorsports, approached our booth at the EICMA trade fair in Milan. He brought with him an Alpha prototype of his latest developments and the recommendation that GOVECS had “the guys that are able to implement that”. 

The idea clearly sparked a lot of interest and it was decided that GOVECS was the manufacturer of choice to get “SWAY” to serial production. The prototype was then sent to the Polish city of Wroclaw and was put to the acids there by our team of engineers. This specific technical challenge regarding this innovative OEM product is the so-called “Tilting” concept. It means that the driver controls and steers the SWAY by distribution of pressure/weight transfer on the two front wheels. 

The extraordinary and futuristic vehicle design necessitates a new development of the following components:  


Here you find more information and facts about the Sway.

Joe Wilcox travelled to Europe from the USA only to fine-tune the details with our engineering team in Wroclaw within a period of four weeks. “I am highly satisfied“, Wilcox said, and we are glad to see SWAY as serial product capturing the West Coast of the USA.

OEM service offerings for SWAY


GiGi – from the industrial design to pre-series production

Based on a design study of the Dutch company GiGi, GOVECS develops and produces a unique electric scooter: The smart vehicle is foldable. You could thus transport it in your trunk or in public transportation or keep it space-saving in your apartment.  “We contacted GOVECS with the order to develop a prototype and bring it to the production stage. GOVECS is the E-bike specialist that is renowned in the industry. We have found a team here that does not only bring our design on the street, but also integrates an outstanding technology in its products“, says Stijn Enneking, CEO of GiGi Coöperatief U.A..


Förderprogramm Elektromobilität in München jetzt auch für Privatpersonen geöffnet

Um München noch schöner, sauberer und leiserer zu machen, wurde das Förderprogramm Elektromobilität „München e-mobil“ ins Leben gerufen. Das Programm trat am 1. April 2016 in Kraft und richtete sich am Anfang nur an Gewerbetreibende. Aber seit Jahresbeginn 2017 können auch Privatpersonen einen Antrag stellen und bis zu 2.200 Euro Bonus für einen Elektroroller erhalten.


Im Test: Der Lieferroller GO! T 2.6

Die Frage „Funghi oder Tonno“ elektrisiert ganze Generationen von Pizzaboten. Zur lautlosen Entspannung bietet Govecs den T2.6 als Lieferroller für den professionellen Einsatz bei Lieferando &Co.


Interview @ How it Works

Govecs are a German company who believe that electric powered scooters are the future. Concentrating on sales to private enterprises rather than the average consumer, Govecs could revolutionise delivery services. Just imagine the reduction in emissions if every takeaway in Europe used electric scooters rather than the carbon equivalents that currently dominate the market. We chat to CEO Thomas Grübel about his vision.