Canadian company Damon Motors is making waves in industry news, announcing on December 1, that it’s received a 2020 Popular Science Best of What’s New Award in the auto category for its HyperSport motorcycle.
The HyperSport is the world’s smartest, safest, fully connected electric motorcycle with innovative features such as CoPilot 360°: its advanced warning system, Shift: which adjusts riding position between sport and commuter modes with the push of a button; and HyperDrive: the first 100 per cent electric multi-variant powertrain platform optimized for maximum performance, design and safety.
Damon Motors, a Vancouver-based company established themselves as a front runner in the electric motorcycle industry in January 2020 when the HyperSport was launched. By prioritizing data-driven thinking and employing radical and unprecedented innovations and robotics and AI they’ve set a new standard in motorcycle safety, awareness and connectivity.
“Damon Motors continues to push the boundaries and redefine modern motorcycling as we know it,” said Jay Giraud, founder & CEO at Damon Motors. “We’re making motorcycling smarter, safer and cleaner than ever before. To be recognized by Popular Science for our innovation is a great honour.”
Each year, Popular Science reviews thousands of new products and innovations and chooses the top 100 winners across 10 categories. To win, a product or technology must represent a significant step forward in its category.
“The Best of What’s New Awards showcase the year’s greatest feats of human ingenuity,” says Popular Science Editor-in-Chief Corinne Iozzio. “Even in a year like 2020, innovation has helped us glimpse a future that’s safer, smarter, and more enjoyable than we might have thought possible. This collection, which includes everything from a new generation of Mars explorers to ultra-hygienic print-to-order eyeshadows, is full of items we’re proud to call the Best of What’s New.”
Learn more about Damon Motorcycles at damon.com