Energica Eva, the electric streetfighter in Electric Green Configuration (PRNewsFoto/Energica Motor Company S.p.A.)

Energica Motor Company has begun taking pre-orders for Energica Eva.

Energica Eva is equipped with a permanent magnet AC (PMAC) oil cooled motor that produces 70kW (95 hp c.ca) of instantaneous power and a torque of 170 Nm.

The easy handling and aggressive riding of the EMC streetfighter have already excited the very first lucky testers.

Energica electric motorcycles are the ultimate expression of Italian exclusivity, masterfully manufactured in the Italian Motor Valley in Modena, Italy. Energica Ego is the first model of EMC, it is the first Italian high-performing electric sportbike. Ego is already on sales through the authorized importers around United States and Europe including the Uk.

Energica Eva (the electric streetfighter) will be on sales in 2016

Customers can order their proper electric streetfighter from March 21st, in the nearest Energica importer or authorized dealer.

In addition to EVA orders opening, EMC discloses an important news about the whole 2016 production series.

All Energica motorcycles will integrate DC fast charging set up.

Thanks to the Fast Charge Energica customers will reduce charging time dramatically: in just 30 minutes they can switch from 0 to 85% charge.

The integrated Fast Charge set-up will dually benefit the users :

  •  customers can decide to complete the Fast Charge installation later in time (instead of buying it when they order the bike)
  •  motorcycles will increase secondhand value.

For more information about Energica visit www.energicasuperbike.com

Energica electric motorcycles are the ultimate expression of Italian exclusivity, masterfully manufactured in the Italian Motor Valley in Modena, Italy. Energica Ego is the first model of EMC, it is the first Italian high-performing electric sportbike. Ego is already on sales through the authorized importers around United States and Europe including the Uk. Energica Eva (the electric streetfighter) will be on sales in 2016


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