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 on the Experia.”
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Although Leone wouldn’t go into serious detail, he did say that the four or five machines would share a common motor and chassis. More specifically, they’d be based around the same 101bhp permanent magnet motor, 22.5kWh battery capacity (which is capable of returning 120 miles) and trellis-frame as the Experia.
Speaking about the bike, he said: “We launched the bike at Mugello at the end of May. In four months, we’ve had hundreds of orders without even having bikes out there. We will start production and delivery in a few weeks. We feel that this is going to be the biggest sales success for Energica in terms of volume, for the next few years.”
That’s a pretty big commitment from the early-adopting Italian firm – but if early reports on the new Experia are anything to go by, the future’s looking very bright indeed. At this stage there’s little point speculating what exactly they’ll be, but if there’s five new models on the cards there’s a very good chance that Energica will have something to suit every type of rider.
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