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The Chinese introduced a futuristic electric motorcycle that can independently go after the owner

The Chinese company Da Vinci Dynamics has officially unveiled a new electric motorcycle, endowed with a futuristic appearance and no less futuristic features – DC100. It should be noted right away that this is not a concept or prototype, but a real production model, already available on pre-order for $ 27,500.To get more news about davincidynamic, you can visit official website.

Da Vinci Dynamics DC100 is equipped with a 135 hp engine that can accelerate an electric motorcycle from zero to 100 km / h in about 3-4 seconds. The torque reaches 850 Nm. The manufacturer promises about 350 – 450 kilometers on a single charge at a normal driving pace and up to 180 kilometers at maximum speed.
The most interesting feature of the Da Vinci Dynamics DC100 is the possibility of “unmanned” driving with the function of following the owner, if he wanted to walk on foot. And yesterday the first product of the new company of the co-founder OnePlus was presented.
DC100 and DC classic have fully opened reservations. DC100 vehicle price in the Chinese market: 177700 yuan, deposit: 1000 yuan, and delivery will begin in the third quarter of 2022.

DC classic is a high-level and minimalist modified version of DC series. It is limited to 50 sets in the world and is assembled by hand. Each set has a unique collection number that marks it. DC classic is equipped with hlins front fork, Dyneema customized carbon fiber sleeve, Brembo gp4 caliper, RCS series direct push pump, French calf leather customized seat and CNC customized parts. The whole vehicle is assembled manually and delicately. The complete vehicle price of DC classic in the Chinese market is 577700 yuan and the deposit is 10000 yuan. It will be delivered in the second quarter of 2022.

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