At EICMA This year, there will be numerous additions from Energica, especially the introduction of a new power unit that increases the 2020 model range with the Ego+ and the brand-new Eva Ribelle.

Ten bikes will be on display at the Energica stand, including the Ego Corsa, the racing bike that has been the protagonist of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup – the all-electric series heading into its first season finale on November 17 at Valencia.

A new battery will be present on all the 2020 models, which will be alongside the already-existing versions of the Ego and Eva EsseEsse9 powered by 13.4 kWh battery packs.

“This is the battery pack with the biggest capacity and power ever installed on a production electric motorcycle,” says Energica’s CTO Giampiero Testoni.
“We are proud to present the technological advancement and innovation on all of our 2020 models, which we achieved in the last two years thanks to our commitment to MotoE – and that we were able to transfer from the track to our road models.”

Thanks to the new power unit, the electric motorcycles made in Modena get an improved torque: 200 Nm for the Eva EsseEsse9+, 215 Nm for the Ego+ and Eva Ribelle.

It is not all about performance, however, as weight and riding range are also positively affected: the MY2020 models are 5% lighter and have a 60% higher riding range.

“Thanks to the new power unit we were able to work on weights and riding range, without forgetting about performance – something that has always distinguished our bikes,” Testoni continued.

“The 2020 products present at Eicma are the direct result of continuing innovation throughout the years, with more than 250,000km of testing on the road and thousands on the track.”

Eva Ribelle



The electric streetfighter is presented at EICMA with new looks and specs: a bigger power unit and design that bring out the Rebellious (Ribelle) soul of this new Energica model.

Energica Eva Ribelle is powered by a new 21.5 kWh battery pack and an oil-cooled synchronous motor with permanent magnets, capable to deliver 107kW of power (around 145 HP) with a 215 Nm (158 lb. ft.) torque.

The electric streetfighter has a riding range up to 400km (249 miles) and a maximum speed of 200km/h (125 mph).

Just like every Energica bike, Eva Ribelle can be recharged using DC fast-charging stations resulting in 400 km (250 miles) of city range achieved in about one hour (40 min charging up 80% SOC); or through Level 2 charging at 67 km (41.5 miles) per hour.

Eva Ribelle will be present at Eicma in two colours: Stealth Grey and Rosso Corsa (Racing Red).

Ego



The Ego sportbike and the classic one Eva EsseEsse9 will be at EICMA with a fresh look and power. From next year, both motorcycles and the third model of the Modena-based company will be available with the new 21.5 kWh power unit, which provides 215 Nm (158 lb. ft.) and 200 Nm (148 lb. ft.) of torque, respectively, while guaranteeing a riding range up to 400km (249 miles.).

The Ego will feature two new colours schemes at EICMA, Rosso Corsa and Asteroid Grey, on display side by side with the Ego Sport Black – a version inspired by the livery of the Ego Corsa – the official bike of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup.

Available under reservation is the Kit Corsa Clienti, developed exclusively for track use.

All the MY2020 Energica models will be on sale with fast charging technology, 4.3’’ TFT colour display dashboard, 4 riding modes and 4 Regenerative Maps (Low, Medium, High, Off), Traction Control, Cruise Control, long-range connectivity Energica Connected Ride and Park Assistant as standard features.

The USB port will be standard on Eva Ribelle and Eva EsseEsse9 (optional on the Energica Ego). A new Keyless Ignition System will also be available as optional equipment.