A new 1,2-dialkylquinoxaline-fused carbohelicene (Hl-NAIQx) was designed and synthesized by asymmetrically introducing two alkyl chains onto the quinoxaline unit. Direct alkylation of the quinoxaline ring of quinoxaline-fused helicene leads to discontinuity in the conjugated structure. In the single-crystal analysis, the parent quinoxaline-fused carbohelicene (Hl-Qx) was found to have a helical structure formed by two phenanthrene units and a nonplanar twisted angle between the phenanthrene and quinoxaline units. In contrast, Hl-NAIQx possesses an almost planar aromatic structure between the alkyl-quinoxaline and phenanthrene units (torsion angle: 179°), in addition to the similar helical structure between the two phenanthrene units. The steady-state absorption, fluorescence, and circular dichroism (CD) spectra of Hl-NAIQx were significantly red-shifted compared to those of Hl-Qx and carbohelicene (Hl). These spectral changes were mainly explained by electrochemical measurements and density functional theory calculations. Moreover, the absolute fluorescence quantum yield (ΦFL) of Hl-NAIQx was 0.25, which is more than 10 times larger than that of the reference Hl (ΦFL = 0.02). Such a large enhancement of the fluorescence of Hl-NAIQx has provided excellent circularly polarized luminescence (CPL). The value of the anisotropy factor glum (normalized difference in emission of right-handed and left-handed circularly polarized light) was estimated to be 4.0 × 10-3. The electroluminescence of an organic light-emitting diode utilizing Hl-NAIQx was successfully observed.