After initially pulling the cover off of its 4G-linked, 200-mph “HyperSport” smart electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2020, fledgling EV upstart Damon has now used this year’s ongoing CES event in Las Vegas to reveal its next innovative production model with what the Canadian company has dubbed the “HyperFighter.”
Constructed around an advanced monocoque frame, the HyperFighter is a naked version of Damon’s inaugural superbike model that is being produced in multiple versions. The most accessible of the lot is known as the Unlimited 15, which offers a 150-mph top speed, a 120-mile range, a 150-hp power output, and a three-second 0-60mph time while the mid-level Unlimited 20 boasts a 170-mph top speed, a 146-mile (combined) range, 200hp, and the same three-second 0-60mph time. Limited to only 100 units in total, the top-shelf HyperFighter variant has been dubbed the Colossus, and it receives a slew of top-of-the-line componentry and running gear including Brembo brakes, Ohlins suspension, all-carbon fiber bodywork, and a single-sided swing-arm, along with some wildly impressive performance capabilities in the form of a 200-hp output, a 170-mph top speed, and a 0-60mph time of three seconds flat. All three models also retain the fully-faired HyperSport’s wildly-advanced suite of technology, including its proprietary CoPilot and adjustable ergonomics systems, as well as traction control, ABS, multiple ride modes, connectivity to a mobile app, 4G connectivity, the ability to receive over-the-air updates, and front and rear-facing onboard 1080P cameras.
The HyperFighter range is available for preorder now from Damon, with pricing for the Unlimited 15, Unlimited 20, and Colossus versions set at $19,000, $25,000, and $35,000, respectively.