Thursday, November 22, 2012

2013 Energica electric streetbike prototype shown at the EICMA

2013 Energica electric streetbike prototype
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The Energica electric streetbike prototype, at this years EICMA in Milan

Based in Modena, Italy, the CRP Group displayed the latest iteration of its electric streetbike prototype, the Energica. A zero-emissions vehicle, the Energica is fitted with a lithium-polymer battery pack that feeds the bike’s PMAC oil-cooled synchronous electric motor, which produces 100kW and 160Nm of torque. With the battery fully charged, the Energica has a range of 150km and a top speed of 220km/h.

Apart from its unconventional powertrain, the Energica is pretty much a standard-spec sportsbike – fully adjustable 43mm USD Marzocchi fork, fully adjustable Sachs monoshock, Sachs steering damper, 17-inch Marchesini alloys shod with 120/70 and 180/55 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres, Brembo brakes (twin 310mm discs at the front with radial-mount 4-piston calipers), multi-function LCD digital instrument panel and full LED headlamps. The bike is expected to go into production in 2014 and we think it looks good…


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The eCRP 1.4 electric racebike, which saw some action in 2011. Among others, the bike was raced by Shelina Moreda, who has since then moved to Brammo





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Some older pics of the Energica streetbike prototype, from 2011

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