Before we get our bonnets in a twist, I’m going to start off by saying that Damon is holding their cards super close to their chest for this one. They’ve given us a guess-worthy silhouette for the HyperFighter Colossus, along with a full specification sheet and the heads-up that Damon Motors plans on releasing this exclusive machine in 2022.
Beyond that, we don’t have a lot to go off of, and we’re assuming it’s going to be the typical game of bait-and-retreat that Damon’s gotten too good at.
(We’d love to be wrong, though at this point we’re also volunteering chamomile tea and calming breathing techniques to the many empty-handed reservees of the Hypersport model, bless them.)
Source: Daily Hive
Purported by Yahoo! Finance as “derived from Damon’s first bike, the HyperSport, and built upon the company’s groundbreaking HyperDrive™ technology”, the HyperFighter Colossus has apparently also pioneered into new territory. Damon’s website tells us that the naked supersport is officially “the world’s first monocoque-constructed, 100 percent electric, multi-variant powertrain.”
Here’s the full list of specs, should you want to see what the buzz is about:
HyperFighter Colossus Specs
2-Year Powertrain Warranty
Monocoque Frame Structure
170mph (Top Speed)
0-60 in < 3 Seconds
146 Miles for both Highway + City
20 kWh Battery
150 kW Peak Output
PMAC Liquid-Cooled Motor
45 Mins to 80% – DC Fast Charging
2.5 Hrs to 90% – Level 2 (240V)
15 Hrs to 90% – Level 1 (110V)
Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) Connectivity
Automated Anti-Tamper Device
Wireless Connectivity & Data
Over-the-Air (OTA) Updates
Front & Rearview 1080P Cameras
“100 fully-optioned HyperFighter Colossus ‘First-in-Line’ motorcycles will be available worldwide for order starting at 9 a.m. ET on December 8,” cautions the official press release on BusinessWire.
“Once sold out, this version will be retired.”
Damon’s official website tells us that we can reserve the HyperFighter Colossus for $250 USD, with the full price blowing the bank at a whistle-worthy $35,000 (we also have the option to ‘subscribe’ to the HyperFighter and ride for $475 per month).
Let us know what you think by commenting down below – I’m going to hold my peace on this one and see what y’all think.
In the meantime, check out other news we’ve recently curated from our archives, and as always – stay safe on the twisties.
*Any media not called out below the picture is courtesy of the official press release*