The Pinoy brand, Lycan, officially presents its high-tech motorcycles


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Last month, we were all introduced to the start-up, 100% Pinoy motorcycle brand, Lycan. The company is located in Fairview, Quezon City, and they are on the road to produce their first batch of motorcycles for Pinoy customers by 2022, with the Lycan G6 (300cc) and Challenger 1 (650cc), while the Development and eventual production of LYCAN electric motorcycles could be completed by 2023.

Today, Lycan Motorcycles – a 100% Filipino motorcycle brand – is proud to officially unveil the Challenger 1 and G6 prototype models as well as the technologies it plans to incorporate into its high-tech and futuristic motorcycles.

Extensive use of artificial intelligence (AI)

As technology becomes more readily available and with advancements in the way people use it every day, Lycan aspires to provide Filipino bikers with a whole new experience with motorcycles, very similar to its vision with l using artificial intelligence (AI) – a first on a 100% Filipino-branded Moto – and Machine Learning to create a network of interconnected and transparent devices with Internet of Things (IoT) technology.

One of its proprietary technologies is the Lycan Motorcycle Operating System (LmOS), a patent pending technology that houses all of the data and computing power for its smart motorcycle. Similar to an operating system of any computer or smartphone, the LmOS allows the installation of multiple programs, software and hardware to run in conjunction with multiple devices all working together and connected via mobile data, Bluetooth and infrared.

To personify Lycan’s AI technology, the company will also introduce its Lycan Unified Network Assistant, or LUNA AI for short, which acts as a digital voice assistant to aid the rider in their endeavors. Lycan’s LUNA can be compared to Apple’s SIRI, Amazon’s Alexa, and Samsung’s Bixby, as the rider can verbally communicate with the AI ​​and give commands where LUNA can understand and provide meaningful responses.

In order for the Lycan rider to effortlessly perform hands-free tasks and controls while riding, the company will also present a smart helmet – another first on a 100% Filipino-branded motorcycle – which has a microphone and top. -speaker installed to allow two-way communication between the rider and LUNA, between the rider and another Lycan rider, and between the rider and the company’s customer service representatives.

In addition to this, the smart helmet also has a head-up display (HUD) installed in the visor of the smart helmet where the rider can see their fuel level, speed, tachometer, a map for GPS navigation and much more. others – all without taking the pilot’s eyes off the road.

Custom Lycan Direct From Factory

To provide the market with a cheaper option when customizing a motorcycle, Lycan will also introduce its revolutionary Motorcycle Design Program for mass customization of various motorcycles from Cafe Racers, Scramblers, Bobbers, Cruisers, Adventure Bikes and many more. more so, offering new which means a fully customized motorcycle straight from the factory.

What makes motorcycle design technology practical for the market is the way it allows the customer to control their budget by seeing how much each part costs against the total price of the desired design.

The company plans to complete and fully assemble a custom motorcycle in a matter of days before shipping it directly to the customer’s garage.

To enter the market, Lycan is finally preparing to unveil its original models of high-tech motorcycle prototypes: the Lycan G6 (300cc) and the Challenger 1 (650cc). The G6 was designed for a more relaxed ride, taking inspiration from modern bobbers, while the Challenger 1 was designed for a more aggressive and sleek look for the younger generations.

All features, technical specifications, introductory pricing and benefits will be announced at the event where customers and riders can expect to own and ride a Lycan motorcycle as early as 2022.

For more information, you can visit Lycan’s official social media page or their website at www.lycan.com.ph.

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Wiley C. Thompson