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The Italian company Energica, engaged in the production of electric motorcycles, announced its new success.
The Energica Ego sportsbike has been EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified and NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) accredited and will soon be sold in the US as a public road vehicle.
This means that competition in the US electric motorcycle market will intensify, which is always good for buyers.
It is curious that the first batch of Energica Ego superbikes for the North American market has already been reserved, despite the very impressive price tag.
Pre-ordered motorcycles will be delivered to customers in the third quarter of this year.
The main competitor of the Italians is Zero Motorcycles, which also produces electric bikes.
It is worth noting that electric bikes from the Zero line are more affordable, but inferior to Energica Ego motorcycle in terms of performance.
Despite its electric nature, the Energica Ego is a purebred Italian sports bike.
Judge for yourself: the brushless electric motor with oil cooling and permanent magnets produces 136 hp. at 10,500 rpm.
The maximum torque of the power plant is 195 Nm in the range of 0-4700 rpm.
The maximum speed of the Energica Ego electric motorcycle is 240 km/h, the acceleration time to 100 km/h is only 3 seconds.
As for the range of “flight” without recharging, it is 100 kilometers at a speed of 100 km/h.
Can be charged with direct and alternating current.
The Energica Ego has an 11.7 kWh battery pack with LiFePO4 cells that are not afraid of low temperatures and support a fast charge cycle.
The Energica Ego motorcycle weighs 258 kilograms.
The chassis is top notch too, with the Energica Ego motorcycle fitted with a fully adjustable Marzocchi front fork, Öhlins monoshock, Brembo four-piston monobloc brake calipers, 330 mm front brake discs and OZ wheels.
The safety of the pilot was also taken care of: the motorcycle is equipped with a two-channel Bosch ABS system.
Energica completes the bike with an engine control unit of its own production with four operating modes - Standard, Sport, Eco and Wet.
A 4.3-inch TFT display will help you choose the right one.
It also has four modes of regenerative braking that will remind pilots of "gasoline" motorcycles engine braking: High, Medium, Low and Off. Another cool feature is that the Energica Ego motorcycle has a reverse gear that will help you get out of a tight parking lot.