Energica Eva

Energica Eva Generations:

2018 - 2019 Energica Eva EsseEsse9

2018 - 2019 Energica Eva EsseEsse9
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  • Energica Eva EsseEsse9
  • Year:
    2018- 2019
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  • Top Speed:
    125 (limited) mph

Now With Superfast Recharge Times

EV superbike-builder Energica hit the Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori in Milan in 2017 with its newest effort, the Eva EsseEsse9. Astute readers who are familiar with the brand will recognize the “Eva” moniker as belonging to one of the previously existing models, but this new variant goes in a slightly different temporal direction with its design. It brings 133 pound-feet of torque to the table as soon as you crack the “throttle” — or whatever we’re supposed to call the motor control — and 109 horsepower to move the all-electric ride.

 

Latest Energica Eva news and reviews:

2020 Energica Eva Ribelle

2020 Energica Eva Ribelle

New For 2020 With Amazing Range And Recharge Rates

Italian EV bike builder Energica rolls into the 2020 model year with something a little different; the new Eva Ribelle. This newest offering rocks a naked-sportbike look in a bid to expand its footprint while it acts as an ambassador for the electric sector in general – a genre that’s still scrabbling for mainstream acceptance. The Eva Ribelle relies on a new 21.5 kWh powerpack to deliver an impressive range, and it comes complete with a full ride-quality electronics suite and surprisingly fast recharge capacity along with safety equipment that should make it competitive against the current smoker bikes.

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2019 Energica Eva 107

2019 Energica Eva 107

The Same Power And Drive System As The Ego, But With More Thrills

Energica expands into naked-streetfighter territory with its all-electric Eva 107 that strikes a balance between the stripped-down Eva EsseEsse9 and the full-bodied Ego. The Eva 107 has the same power and drive system as the Ego, and as usual for this Italian marque, the Eva 107’s looks would fit right in with a crowd of comparable smoker-bikes. In addition to its performance, it also has an array of ride-quality and regenerative modes that let you dial in to suit the conditions and your personal taste.

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2018 - 2019 Energica Eva EsseEsse9

2018 - 2019 Energica Eva EsseEsse9

Now With Superfast Recharge Times

EV superbike-builder Energica hit the Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori in Milan in 2017 with its newest effort, the Eva EsseEsse9. Astute readers who are familiar with the brand will recognize the “Eva” moniker as belonging to one of the previously existing models, but this new variant goes in a slightly different temporal direction with its design. It brings 133 pound-feet of torque to the table as soon as you crack the “throttle” — or whatever we’re supposed to call the motor control — and 109 horsepower to move the all-electric ride.

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Energica Boosts Performance For MY17 Models

Energica Boosts Performance For MY17 Models

Even More HP and Torque for Eva And Ego

Love ’em or hate ’em, the Euro 4 homologation rules are in effect and here to stay, and Energica Motor Company has joined the ranks of compliant manufacturers for the 2017 model year. Specs confirmed after the homologation see the Eva and Ego each have boosts in power and torque — almost a scary thing consider how badass these rides were before. Starting with the more tame stablemate, we have the Eva electric streetfighter that cranks out 108 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque, a full seven pound-feet more. The full-on sportbike Ego sees a boost up to 145 ponies and 147 pounds o’ grunt up from 143 pounds. I would remind readers that as an electric bike, all that grunt is available just after you crack the “throttle,” and so these bikes are ridiculously quick.

Continue reading for more on Energica and Euro 4.

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2016 Energica Eva

2016 Energica Eva

Electric bikes are really coming along nicely and the market is responding in kind, evidenced by sales of Energica’s Ego outstripping production to the point that it reached “sold out” status just over halfway through the model year.

While the Ego and limited-production Ego45 are pure sex on two wheels, Energica designed the Eva as a more pragmatic, naked streetfighter meant to capitalize on the growing interest in minimalist/bare muscle bikes. This is an important move since it advances the cause and fosters the legitimacy of electric bikes in general by showing a selection of styles that smoker-bike riders will readily recognize.

Continue reading for my review of the Energica Eva.

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