Energica

  • Energica’s Big Plans…

    Energica’s Big Plans…

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    Electric brand Energica has some properly big plans for the future, with five new models based around the recently introduced Experia adventure bike pipped for production before the end of 2027. Speaking at the Intermot show, Energica’s sales director Giacomo Leone said: “This is the first bike of a range that we will develop based…

  • MotoGP: Dates confirmed for the 2020 MotoE World Cup.

    MotoGP: Dates confirmed for the 2020 MotoE World Cup.

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    The calendar for the 2020 MotoE Championship has been released – and here are all the dates you need to make sure you don’t miss any of the action from the second season of the electric motorcycle race series. The racing kicks off on May 3rd at Jerez before moving on to Assen on June…

  • Energica and Dell’Orto join forces to develop ELECTRIC tech for small capacity bikes.

    Energica and Dell’Orto join forces to develop ELECTRIC tech for small capacity bikes.

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    Dell’Orto has signed an agreement with Energica to develop and produce electric ‘Power Units’ for small and medium-sized motorcycles for the next three years. The duo are betting on significant growth in the small/medium electric vehicle market – and have joined forces to get in on the action. Together, they’re creating power units for small…

  • Energica and Samsung’s futuristic ELECTRIC prototype. The Bolid-E Smart Ride.

    Energica and Samsung’s futuristic ELECTRIC prototype. The Bolid-E Smart Ride.

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    Electric bike builder Energica showed up at EICMA 2018 with an impressive range of new electric racing motorcycles. But in addition to the brands latest 150mph electric superbike, the Ego Sport Black – it also revealed its futuristic new concept bike which has been built in partnership with Samsung, the Bolid-E. Energica’s prototype demonstrates a…

  • Energica electric bikes updated for 2017

    Energica electric bikes updated for 2017

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    Italian motorcycle manufacturer Energica has updated their Ego and Eva electric motorbikes for 2017, managing to increase horsepower and torque, while bringing them in line with Euro 4 regulations – plus they’ve just introduced a couple of loyalty packages. The new Ego sportbike now has 145bhp (previously 136) while the Eva naked sportsbike has 108bhp…

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