CES 2023 will be kicking off in a few days and we’ll finally have an early look at the latest developments in the tech world. Over the last few years, we’ve seen a growing trend of automobile manufacturers choosing the biggest tech trade show of the year to showcase their latest electric vehicles and EV-related technology. We don’t think this year’s CES is going to be any different. Amongst all the EV makers will be a Chinese manufacturer named Davinci Dynamics which aims to wow everyone by introducing the “motorcycle of tomorrow.” The brand’s high-performance electric motorcycle called the Davinci DC100 will make its US debut at CES 2023. Touted as a rival to traditional 1000cc combustion-engine motorcycles in terms of performance, the DC100 definitely looks like a motorcycle of tomorrow.
The Davinci DC100 is equipped with a 17.7kWh battery pack that powers an electric motor capable of producing 134hp and 627lb-ft of torque. The manufacturer claims the electric motorcycle can accelerate from 0-62mph in about three seconds and hit a top speed of 124mph. Furthermore, it is claimed to have an NEDC range of 249 miles, which is pretty impressive. It can also be fully recharged with a DC fast charger in 30 minutes. But there’s more than just its looks and blistering performance. Davinci Dynamics describes the DC100 as a “two-wheeled robot disguised as an elegant, futuristic, electric cafe racer” claiming that it has “more than 1,000 chips and over 200 advanced sensors that track accurate information on the environment, vehicle movement status, road conditions, battery and motor temperature, lean angle, and so on.”
All these chips and sensors work together to “precisely control its power system” and ensure optimal performance under all conditions. But it has another neat trick up its sleeves. According to its manufacturer, the DC100 will come with a self-balancing function somewhere in the future that will also enable it to offer “automatic parking and remote calling.” Additionally, Davinci Dynamics claims the bike will also get “self-riding and target recognition” features that will enable it to “automatically follow” a selected target. That’s crazy to even imagine. Davinci says the DC100 will cost somewhere around $27,500, which is a lot of money even if you get a robot bike for it.