Chinese firm Davinci Motors is bringing its sporty DC100 electric motorbike to Europe.
Making its European debut at this year’s EICMA motorcycle show in Italy, the performance focused motorbike has been designed to rival 1000cc conventional motorcycles, delivering a peak power output of 134bhp (100Kw).
The 0-60mph sprint is said to take around three seconds, while its top speed is 124mph.
Exact battery specifications remain unconfirmed, but is claimed to deliver a WLTP range of 222 miles, while support for level three fast charging means a full charge in 30 minutes.
Onboard technology also enables the DC100 to provide useful mechanical information, such as the temperature details for the battery and motor, while advanced features such as traction control and ABS also feature.
In addition to the above are also a series of driving assist features which include hill start assist control, hill descent control as well as reverse assist.
The DC100 also adopts the novel cell-to-chassis EV battery technology (CTC), which reduces the number of components needed for greater interior space and reduced vehicle weight.
On its European debut, Rosanna Libia, Davinci Motor International Business Manager, said: “We see EICMA as the perfect stage to officially introduce our brand and product to the European market.
“Davinci Motor is a start-up that has been working on developing new technology and product design for over 7 years, and we’re very much looking forward to showing the world what our products are capable of.”
All DC100s destined for Europe will be built at the firm’s factory in China, and are available to pre-order now from €26,000 (£22,800) ahead of deliveries between the second and third quarter of next year.
Though the company has yet to confirm if the motorbike will arrive in the UK, the DC100 can be reserved by UK costumers from Davinci Motor’s website, meaning they could well be seen on British roads at some point in 2023.