Energica displays 2019 models of high power electric sport bikes
At the 2018 Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne, Italian electric motorcycle company Energica displayed its new high power electric sport motorcycles which comprise the company’s latest 2019 models.
A total of five new high power electric motorcycles were showcased by Energica at the 2018 Intermot. In addition, the company also presented a demo electric race bike called Energica Ego Corsa, which has been undergoing testing this year at demo laps during the MotoGP Calendar.
With Energica already known for being a premium manufacturer of high power electric sport bikes, the new 2019 models displayed by the company at the show underscore an impressive combination of speed and performance. The new motorcycles boast innovative technology upgrades, and bear a striking resemblance with the company’s professional electric motorcycles used for racing.
The most attention-grabbing new electric sport bike presented by Energica was the Ego Sport Black bike, which looked quite a lot like actual racing bikes. The Ego Sport Black bike is equipped with a 107 kW (145 hp) motor, and has an “electronically limited” top speed of 150 mph (241 km/h).
Meanwhile, with Energica also having been selected as “the single manufacturer for the inaugural FIM Enel MotoE World Cup,” the company’s CEO Livia Cevolini said that the selection marks “the consecration of our product as an unquestioned point of reference at a global level for the high-performance electric motorcycle sector.”
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