Damon Motors is heading back to CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center in early 2024,
The Vancouver mobility startup will be showcasing its award-winning HyperFighter electric motorcycle in the NXP® Semiconductors booth from January 9-12, 2024.
The naked streetfighter motorcycle offers 200 hp, 200 nm of torque, a top speed of 170 miles per hour, and an estimated 146-mile range on a single charge.
“CES 2020 is where it all started for us and we’re excited to be back,” said Jay Giraud, CEO, Damon Motors.
“We’re eager to give CES attendees an up-close look at the future of motorcycling with our HyperFighter superbike. We’ll also be making key partnership announcements that will further our mission to create the industry’s smartest, safest and most powerful motorcycles.”
In pursuit of its vision to become the future of motorcycling, Damon has developed groundbreaking technologies for its line of motorcycles, including its CoPilot™ advanced warning system; and Shift™, which transforms the riding position between sport and commuter modes with the push of a button, which are built into HyperDrive™, a first of its kind, ultra-high-performance exoskeleton powertrain that will form the basis of a wide range of motorcycle models and sizes.
Damon has won over a dozen awards for its innovations including a 2022 CES Best in Innovation award for its HyperDrive technology and a 2020 CES Best in Innovation award for its flagship HyperSport motorcycle.
The company has also received awards from The Edison Awards, GOOD DESIGN, Digital Trends, Red Herring, Popular Science, and Robb Report.
Damon’s return to CES comes on the news of its announced merger in partnership with Inpixon, with plans for a NASDAQ listing of the combined company.
Damon has been riding a wave of momentum and growth, including raising $70M in funding and securing more than $85M in deposit-backed reservations for its superbikes.