Bike manufacturers have been launching new, sophisticated technologies at an impressive pace over the last 10 years or so. From cutting-edge rider assist systems to electronically adjustable suspension to on-board multimedia devices, these innovations aim to maximize safety, comfort, and performance.
Trendsetting and segment-defining electronics are all the rage in the industry nowadays. Modern technology has elevated riding thrills to new heights, and will continue to do so. European makes currently lead the way, while their value-minded competitors from Japan are slowly but surely catching up with competent systems that prove less expensive.
Here are Moto123.com's top 5 most technologically advanced bikes of 2015:
2015 MV Agusta F4 RR ABS
The MV Agusta F4 RR thinks and reacts with you and for you. It was the first production superbike to eliminate the steel cables that used to connect your right wrist to the throttle bodies; power is now entirely controlled by a computer (ride-by-wire).
The sharpest and most technologically advanced bike in the MV stable boasts one of the most comprehensive electronic assist packages in the industry, namely the Motor Vehicle Integrated Control System (MVICS). It includes:
- Four-map engine management;
- Traction control;
- Wheelie control;
- Electronically Assisted Shift;
- Intelligent ride-by-wire throttle;
- Adjustable engine brake;
- Electronically adjustable suspension.
|Photo: MV Agusta