This All-Electric Motorcycle Actually Self-Balances as It Follows You from freeamfva's blog

You will be interested to know there may be no limit to how many electronic features one may cram into a singular vehicle.To get more news about davinci, you can visit davincimotor.com official website. run.5a5dc12a.png A new, high-performance all-electric motorcycle just hit the streets, bringing an incredible 250-mile (400-km) NEDC range, in addition to a few tricks that may, thanks to a reported capability to self-balance and actually follow you around, according to a new webpage from Da Vinci Dynamics. From Da Vinci Dynamics in Beijing, the DC100 electric motorcycle is overwhelmed with new features. It peaks out at 135 horsepower, which places it among other "fast electric" vehicles, but Da Vinci claims it uses "a smart control system that seamlessly integrates multiple different motors." Please take a moment to share the weight of this knowledge with us. Multiple motors. More-than-one. Anyway, a different press release says the new vehicle has 137 horsepower, courtesy of a hub motor.

The maximum torque is an unbelievable 627 lb-ft (850 Nm), but it's also fairly established that hub motors produce excessive torque in general, says the New Atlas report. The new DC100 can accelerate from zero to 60 mph (0 to 100 km/h) from 3 to 4 seconds, which means drivers should hold tight. The battery is a 17.7 kWh device that can charge in 30 minutes with level 3 charging. This isn't as great as the Zero SR, which includes a Power Tank, and supports 18 kWh with 223 miles (359 km) of frenetic, start-and-stop city driving, compared to 112 miles (180 km) on open highways. In light of these specs, a range of 250 miles might likely be an overestimation. The new motorcycle comes with a highly colorful dash, and comes equipped with a great abundance of electronic goodies. Naturally, traction control and ABS braking are included, which is fairly standard. But the inclusion of a new "creep" feature, capable of autonomously inching the bike forward when you let go of the brakes makes this two-wheeled vehicle begin to resemble a self-driving vehicle.

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