EICMA 2014 - Energica Ego gets naked, Energica Eva


The brand Energica launched in 2012 an electric superbike sold in Europe since and recently in the United States, at the Milan Motorcycle Show EICMA, the Italian brand reveals on its land a naked version called Energica Eva. 

Announced as the first naked electric superbike it is the second model of the brand created by CRP an Italian company specializing in laser sintering, 3D printing and other innovative industrial techniques. 
This street version of the electric Superbike Energica uses the brand’s flashy green color and the two lenticular headlights already seen on the first model while the minimalist fairings and flyscreen push the streefighter effect. 

About its specs, we find the motor engine and chassis: 136hp and 194nm of torque for a battery capacity of 11.7kWh that provides 150km of range, the Marzocchi fork and Ohlins shock absorber at the rear are also identical to the Ego. 

According to Energica fast charging takes only 30 minutes! 

For the record other electric superbikes exist and the Ego is also available in a limited release of 45 customizable units. 

Photos via RideApart / Energica

Par Technologic Vehicles
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