Davinci Motor To Unveil Electric Bike DC100 at CES 2023

When Davinci Motor’s DC100 electric performance bike was first introduced in July 2021, it wowed the globe.

Sadrettin Akpınar

December 31, 2022 8:21 PM
Last Update: January 4, 2023 12:04 PM

The annual Consumer Electronics Show(CES) didn’t focus much on bikes. But in recent years more electric and other gear- and motorcycle-related technology has graced its stages. Surprisingly more people are becoming interested in it.

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Although the futuristic e-bike had its formal debut in China, its products have yet to arrive in the United States. That’s about to change. The Chinese firm has revealed that the DC100 electric motorbike will be unveiled at the CES in January 2023.

Davinci Motor DC100

CES 2023 begins on January 5 and lasts through January 8. It will be the first time Davinci Motor, a Chinese electric bike company, has brought bikes onto American soil. The largest motorcycle trade show in the world, EICMA, which takes place annually in Milan, Italy, also unveiled the DC100 in Europe in November. Therefore, entering the American market was a logical next step for the business.

Giving it a first peek at CES, according to the Chinese firm, is the “excellent chance for end-users to have a feel of the e-bike for the first time while acting as a chance for potential U.S. dealers and distributors”

DC100 Designed Against the Performance of 1,000cc Traditional Motorcycles

The Davinci DC100, which is marketed as a performance alternative to conventional 1,000cc motorcycles, has a 17.7 kWh battery that drives an electric motor with an output of 134 horsepower (100 kW / 136 ps) and 627 lb-ft/850 Nm of torque.

With these figures, the bike can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph/0 to 100 kph in 3 seconds. It can even go up to 124 mph/200 kph. The DC100 also has a level three rapid charging capability and a 249 mile/400 km NEDC range, and it can be fully charged up in 30 minutes.

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The manufacturer claims that its product is more than simply an electric motorbike. They claim that it is a “robotic concept” with more than 300 chips and 200 sensors. It also enables it to accurately track data on the ambient temperature, battery & motor temperatures, motor load, lean angle, road condition, and other factors. Then, it makes use of all the data gathered to give improved performance and safety.

Last but not least, the e-bike will likely cost $27,500 according to Davinci Motor.


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