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Davinci Motor DC100, with its outstanding technical data of acceleration 0-100 km/h in about 3 sec, top speed of 200 km/h, peak power of 100 kW, and peak torque of 850 Nm rivals its 1,000cc gas-powered counterpart when it comes to performance. The DC100 was designed using new energy vehicles (NEV) as a benchmark for range and charging methods, elevating industry standards of two-wheeled electric vehicles. The DC100 is compatible with L3 DC Fast Chargers in the United States and Europe which can deliver a full charge in about 30 minutes.
The DC100 motorcycle is designed with a robotic concept, enabling it to sense, compute and execute. It can track accurate information like ambient temperature and road conditions while riding; furthermore, it combines this vehicle and environmental data along with user commands to precisely control its power system. To address the difficulty of riding a heavy-duty motorcycle, the DC100 has assist features such as Hill Start Assist Control and Hill Descent Control; furthermore, it incorporates a Combined Braking System as well as Traction Control System for safer riding.
Davinci Motor DC100 Key Features
The DC100’s simplified controls allow you to enjoy your ride with a smart control system that seamlessly integrates multiple components, delivering instant and adaptable acceleration at every twist of the throttle, combined with responsive and intuitive controls. You only need one hand to control both the throttle and brakes.
Unlike traditional motorcycles, which involve the coordination of clutches and gears, the braking process on the DC100 is simple. It features a single brake lever linked to a braking system in the rear wheel that integrates an anti-lock braking system (ABS), traction control system (TCS), and electronic brake distribution (EBD). Our CBS can truly achieve the most suitable braking force distribution for every braking dynamic.
Forward and Reverse
When the DC100 is on Drive (D) and the brake lever is released, the bike slowly moves forward at a max speed of 7 km/h (4 mph) so that you can start moving smoothly. When in Reverse (R), it slowly moves backward applying high torque at a max speed of 5 km/h (3 mph) for safe reversing even on a slope.
HAC & HDC System
The DC100 has Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) and Hill Descent Control (HDC) that help to prevent it from rolling back or forward when going uphill or downhill. The rider releases the break lever, which automatically activates high torque at a low speed of 7 km/h (4 mph) to ensure a smooth start.
The DC100 features (KERS), a kinetic energy recovery system that captures and stores the vehicle’s kinetic energy under braking, helping to enhance the driving experience, extend the range and make rides more comfortable.