Rising fuel costs are prompting an increasing number of customers to choose electric motorcycles, and this phenomenon is widespread. There are numerous start-ups and established players vying for a piece of this lucrative market.
Demon Motors, best known for its flagship electric Hypersport, a multi-award winning motorcycle, has introduced the HyperFighter, a naked street fighter. The HyperFighter Colossus and HyperFighter Unlimited are the two versions of the Streetfighter.
The HyperFighter is built on Damon Motor’s monocoque electric platform and includes cutting-edge features such as CoPilot, a 360-degree advanced warning system that uses radar, cameras, and non-visual sensors to track the speed, direction, and velocity of up to 64 moving objects around the motorcycle for unparalleled situational awareness. Riding ergonomics can be fine-tuned with the help of a retractable windscreen and adjustable handle bars at the touch of a button.
HyperFighter is further customizable with available body kits and graphic packages.
“HyperFighter pays homage to the streetfighters of yesterday while looking to the future with unparalleled safety and performance that Damon is known around the world for,” said Derek Dorresteyn, Chief Technology Officer, Damon Motors. “We’ve built an incredible, technologically-advanced motorcycle that will appeal to both long-time streetfighter enthusiasts and new riders.”
You can reserve a HyperFighter motorcycle with a completely refundable deposit (the Colossus costs $250, while the Unlimited costs just $100).