Brammo is one of the most popular electric motorcycle manufacturers. The company earned a favorable reputation in the world of electric two wheelers as its products are reliable and well built.
The Enertia Plus was always considered one of the most capable models in the company’s lineup and there is no wonder why, as it delivers strong performances and offers a pretty good handling. Furthermore, the bike has also received a set of significant upgrades for 2013.
One of the most important modifications is the new 6 kWh battery which increases range from 40 to 80 miles. It is the same battery system, developed during the company’s TT racing project, that will power the new Empulse 6.0. The bike has also received a tighter turning radius and new colors combined with the latest Brammo graphics.
For the moment, there aren’t revealed any official price specifications for the new Brammo Enertia Plus, but we can expect to be priced below $5000.
Hit the jump for more information on the Brammo Enertia Plus.
Hong Kong Chooses Brammo Electric Motorcycles to Replace Petrol Motorcycles in Police and Other Government Departments
ASHLAND, OR, November 1st, 2011 - Brammo Inc., a global leader in the electric motorcycle industry, is proud to announce that following extensive evaluation by multiple departments of the Hong Kong Government to explore the adoption of more electric vehicles for public sector use, the Hong Kong Government has selected Brammo electric motorcycles to replace existing conventional petrol motorcycles in the Government fleet which have been in service for several years.
Craig Bramscher, CEO and Founder of Ashland, Oregon-based Brammo Inc. said, "This is a significant milestone in the adoption of electric vehicles by governments. As the world’s leading manufacturer of electric motorcycles, we were confident that we would lead this change and we are delighted that we have started here in Hong Kong with some of the most EV-engaged leaders in the world."
The Brammo Enertia Plus motorcycles will be driven year-round by engineers in the Water Supplies Department to reach district service locations, while the Hong Kong Police Force will employ the 2012 Enertia Plus LE to conduct traffic duties in various city districts. The Enertia Plus LE (Law Enforcement) is based on the Brammo Enertia Plus civilian model, but is equipped with special features that tailor it for authority patrol use. All vehicles will be supplied through Brammo’s exclusive dealer in Hong Kong, JCAM Advanced Mobility Company Ltd. (JCAM).
"We are enthusiastic about strengthening our relationship with the Hong Kong Government through the supply and support of premium performance electric motorcycles to help them achieve vehicle emissions reduction initiatives" said Matt McGuire, Managing Director, JCAM.
Brammo’s first-in-class product has garnered widespread attention and support since its initial introduction to Hong Kong streets over one year ago. Among its early advocates was Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke, who admired the Enertia Plus at an all-U.S. Electric Vehicle Showcase over which the then-Secretary presided in May 2010 at Hong Kong’s Disneyland, as part of the Clean Energy Mission he led to Hong Kong and mainland China.
"The US Foreign Commercial Service is pleased to see that a leading US electric vehicle manufacturer such as Brammo is supplying its world class products to the Hong Kong Government. Hong Kong plays a unique role as a regional trendsetter and commercial hub, and the Hong Kong Police Force, in particular, enjoys a sterling international reputation, so I am confident that this contract represents but the first of many future sales for Brammo and other U.S. electric vehicle manufacturers." said Andrew Wylegala, Chief Commercial Consul of the American Consulate General in Hong Kong.
Brammo Inc is a leading electric vehicle technology company headquartered in North America. Brammo designs and develops electric vehicles including the Enertia, Empulse and Engage motorcycles. Brammo is an OEM supplier of its innovative Brammo Digital Drivetrain™ systems including the Brammo Power™ battery pack and Brammo Power™ vehicle management system. Brammo has vehicle distribution and marketing operations in North America, Europe and Asia.For more information, please visit www.brammo.com
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Enertia Plus Electric Motorcycle
The 2012 Enertia Plus takes the award winning Brammo Enertia and sets a new level in performance. The latest Brammo Power® battery dramatically increases range from 40 to 80 miles. A tighter turning radius makes city riding even more enjoyable. Charging is simplified on the Plus. While the Plus displays an almost identical profile to the original Enertia new colors combined with the latest Brammo graphics make the Plus instantly recognizable.
World Class Styling
Paying homage to motorcycle history, the Enertia Plus represents an iconic and defining design for electric motorcycles.
With no clutch to operate or gears to shift, the Enertia Plus is incredibly smooth and simple to ride.
Built from premium parts like Marzocchi forks, Brembo brakes, and a Works Performance rear shock, the Enertia Plus radiates quality.
Discover how you can save thousands of dollars thanks to federal and state tax incentives for Enertia Plus riders.
High output sealed brushless permanent magnet AC
Peak Motor Power
13kW @ 4500 rpm
Peak Continuous Current
Max Motor Torque
40 N-m, 29.5 ft-lb @ 0 - 1450 rpm
Brammo Power™ Lithium-Ion NCM
Battery Pack Capacity
6.2 kWh (nominal)
Battery Pack Voltage
88.8 V (nominal)
Approximately 7.5 hours from 0% SOC
1,500 cycles to 80% capacity
60+ MPH, 95+ KPH / 80 miles / 128 km (MIC City Driving Range Test Procedure)
Electric vehicle range is affected by a number of factors including; speed, acceleration, number of starts and stops, rider and cargo weight, changes in elevation, headwinds and road surface.
330 lbs / 150 kg
276 lbs / 125 Kg (600 lbs / 272 Kg total combined rider, cargo and motorcycle)
32.0" / 81 cm
81.5" / 207 cm / 12.5" / 37.75 cm (body)
19.5" / 49.5 cm (peg to peg) / 33.0" / 84 cm (handlebar tip to tip)
Lightweight extruded and welded aluminum - serves as a battery tray (patent pending)
Suspension - Front
Marzocchi Shiver hydraulic USD with compression damping adjustment. 5.0" / 12.75 cm of suspension travel.
Suspension - Rear
Works Performance hydraulic with pre-load and rebound damping adjustment. 5.0" / 12.75 cm of suspension travel.
Brakes - Front/Rear
Wheels - Front
18" x 2.5" / 45.75 cm x 6.5 cm Cast Aluminum
Wheels - Rear
17" x 3.5" / 43 cm x 9 cm Cast Aluminum
Textured black vinyl and charcoal gray synthetic suede combination with accent stitching. Durable UV and water resistant with added top of seat comfort.
The Enertia Plus uses Brammo’s proprietary lithium-ion battery technology, Brammo Power®. The Vehicle Control Unit (VCU) monitors all aspects of the battery’s performance and maintains consistent balance, performance, and health of this valuable component over the life of the motorcycle. The Enertia Plus features an 850 Watt on-board battery charger, which can charge using any standard 110-120 Volt / 15A electrical outlet (standard US household) or equivalent European household outlet. The charging cord is stored conveniently underneath the lockable seat to allow for ease of charging making almost any power outlet your personal "charging station".
Electric vehicle range is affected by a number of factors including; speed, acceleration, number of starts and stops, rider and cargo weight, changes in elevation, head winds and road surface.
Engadget ---- "The Brammo Enertia has the honor of being one of the first electric motorcycles released to the public and easily available at retail, and now it’s getting a heck of an upgrade."
Motorcycle-usa ---- "Electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo has revealed its latest design, the Enertia Plus."
Asphaltandrubber ---- "Brammo has another product announcement for us today, as the Oregon-based company is ready to reveal that it is adding the Brammo Enertia Plus to its 2011 line-up."
Bikez ---- "Charging is simplified on the Plus. While the Plus displays an almost identical profile to the original Enertia new colors combined with the latest Brammo graphics make the Plus instantly recognizable."