The DC100 is expected to debut in the US at CES, and it is positioned as a competitor to traditional 1000 cc motorcycles in terms of performance. The motorcycle is equipped with a 17.7 kWh battery, which feeds an electric motor with a capacity of 134 hp and a torque of 850 Nm.
This setup allows the motorcycle to accelerate to a hundred in about three seconds, and its maximum speed is 200 km/ h. The declared power reserve is 400 km. With the help of fast charging, the motorcycle can be recharged in just half an hour.
The DC100 has a solid aluminum alloy frame covered with a stylish composite body. The 255 kg motorcycle is also equipped with 17-inch wheels with Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires and a Brembo brake system.
“The DC100 receives a digital key, and owners can also use their smartphone as a virtual instrument cluster by downloading the Davinci app.”
The motorcycle has “more than 1000 chips and more than 200 advanced sensors that track accurate information about the environment, traffic conditions, road conditions, battery and engine temperature, etc.
Speaking of technology, buyers will find a kinetic energy recovery system, wireless upgrades, and safety features such as a traction control system. Davinci also promises more advanced features in the future, including a self-balancing function, as well as “automatic parking and remote calling”. The company estimates that the motorcycle will cost $27,500.