After unveiling its 4G-connected, 200-mph “HyperSport” smart electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2020 for the first time, Canadian company Damon is using the ongoing CES event in Las Vegas this year to reveal its next innovative product which they named HyperFighter.
Built around an advanced monocoque frame, the HyperFighter is a naked version of Damon‘s first superbike to be produced in multiple versions. The most accessible entry-level model in the series is a beast called the Unlimited 15, offering a top speed of 150 mph, a range of 120 miles, and a power output of 150 hp. The Unlimited 20 model, which we can call mid-range, offers a maximum speed of 170mph, a range of 146 miles, and 200 horsepower.
Same but not the same
The most equipped variant of HyperFighter is called Colossus. Although the numerical values of Unlimited 20 are presented in this model, it is limited to the production number of only 100 units. With a host of premium components and moving parts, including Brembo brakes, Ohlins suspension, an all-carbon-fiber body, it’s a wildly impressive performance beast.
All three models, as well as proprietary CoPilot and adjustable ergonomics systems; also retains HyperSport‘s wildly advanced suite of tech, including traction control, ABS, multiple driving modes, connectivity to a mobile app, 4G connectivity, mobility, over-the-air updates, front- and rear-facing 1080p cameras.
The HyperFighter series is available for pre-order at Damon. Pricing for the Unlimited 15, Unlimited 20 and Colossus models is set at $19,000, $25,000 and $35,000, respectively. Click here if you want more information.