Damon Motors Partners with SINBON for Next Generation EV Components

What do you do when you have an electric incubation machine?

Take the time to make sure she’s everything you could have wished for, of course – and that’s exactly what Damon did in this recent partnership with SINBON.

If you’ve never heard of SINBON, they specialize in making electronic connectors, with an emphasis on engineering designs for production (French for “they’re really good at the electrical stuff”).

Damon’s electric transmission. Media sourced from Motorcycle.com.

Coupled with Damon’s soon-to-complete production facility and his two sunny electric beasts, we can’t wait to see what will present itself at this year‘s EICMA – and Jesse Huang, SINBON’s Vice President of Global Sales, is excited to start kicking off progress in the name of clean sustainability.

“As part of our ‘Go Green’ campaign, SINBON is committed to environmental sustainability by helping to bring more environmentally friendly products to our planet”, Huang explains.

“We are very excited about our opportunity with Damon, arguably a leader in green technologies in the motorcycle industry.”

Damon's HyperFighter, showing the 'Co-Pilot' feature.  Media sourced from Damon Motors.
Damon’s HyperFighter, showing the ‘Co-Pilot’ feature. Media sourced from Damon Motors.

“SINBON and Damon have partnered to break the power, weight and volume limits when it comes to next-generation electric vehicle components,” adds Chris Efstathiou, supply chain manager at Damon Motors.

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Forcite MK1S Smart Helmet.  Media sourced from PR Newswire.

“That means rethinking entirely new architectures and component designs to produce the lightest yet most powerful electric vehicle electronics.”

What do you think?

Damon's hypersport.  Media from Javelin Technologies.
Damon’s hypersport. Media from Javelin Technologies.

Stay tuned as you return here to MBW, drop a comment below to let us know what you think, and as always – stay safe on the twisties.

*Media sourced from Damon Motors, Motorcycle.com, Tech Crunch and BCIT News*

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