Davinci Motor’s Seamless User Experience of the DC100 Impresses at CES 2023.
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Chinese electric motorcycle manufacturer Davinci Motor made its debut showcasing its highly-anticipated DC100 electric motorcycle. The company, which has seen significant growth in recent years, took center stage at the world’s most influential global tech event and demonstrated the seamless user experience of the DC100 to the American market.
The DC100 boasts impressive technical specifications, able to reach 60 mph (100 km/h) in just three seconds and reach a maximum speed of 124 mph (200 km/h). The motorcycle also has an impressive range, with a battery capacity of 249 mi (400 km) and can be fully charged in just 30 minutes at level-3 DC fast-charging stations, which are now standard in the North American market.
“We are thrilled to be here at CES 2023. The huge North American market is primed for the introduction of new market entrants, and with the technical prowess and knowhow that has gone into the creation of the DC100, we are well-positioned to become a major player here within the next few years,”Qi Wang, COO of Davinci Motor.
As well as its impressive performance, the DC100 also offers a smooth and effortless riding experience, thanks to its innovative braking system, hill-start/decent assist control, and Combined Braking System and Traction Control System, all of which ensure rider safety.
One of the most striking features of the DC100 is its smartphone-based dashboard. Using the bike’s interface systems, riders can dock their smartphones with the DC100 and use their device screen as the dashboard. This allowed CES attendees to take a “virtual test drive” of the motorcycle during the show.
Research by IMAC Group shows that the overall size of the North American electric motorcycle market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.5% and reach a total value of $32.9 billion by 2027, making it a monumental opportunity for Davinci Motor.
“Users of traditional gas-fueled two-wheelers no longer need to compromise on performance when switching to a greener mobility solution. Given that the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in the US market has already reached a mature stage with strong coverage nationwide, users have also no need to suffer range anxiety, a traditional pain point in the electric mobility sector,” said Qi Wang.