It’s the year 2035. Since its debut with the first bike in 2020, Ultraviolette Automotive then went on to make a series of bikes that pushed the limits of technology and innovation. They strengthened the exciting future of electric mobility in the minds of people by putting their hardcore F99 at pace in MotoE 2022. They then took it to the next level by releasing a self-driven concept in 2024 with an AI core that would be used to pilot the bikes on their own to achieve next-level speed and performance numbers.
The initial idea was for the bike to be piloted by a human while the AI learned to make its own decisions. The man-machine collaboration helped benefit both sides with AI inculcating a faster decision-making ability with multiple iterations and then suggesting the human to further improve his performance on the track. A couple of years later under intense testing and development, they released a bot prototype in 2028 which came close to breaking speed records on its own at multiple tracks around the world. On the other side simultaneously work began on a whole new track which was being developed in secrecy but rumors spread that the track would be ‘alive’ and has a couple of o features where fans could alter the outcome of the race thus increasing the thrill and involvement of the spectator in the event. Finally, in 2035 they released CROSSFADE 1000 , a bike that shocked the world where its tech and features were encapsulated in a strikingly radical design. The different teams would get the stock vehicle in which they would tweak the AI to suit their requirements of boost, efficiency, and various other parameters.
AI-Driven, Future Mobility, Future Motorsport, Man-AI Interaction, Spectator Interact