Posts Tagged: Energica Ego

Motorcyle maker Energica unveils fast charging station in Italy’s Dolomites

Energica, maker of the Eva and Ego electric superbikes, has unveiled its first branded fast charging station at Selva di Val Gardena, in the Dolomites region of Italy. The 50 kW Combo CCS fast charger is the first in a network that will cover roads loved by motorcyclists. Automakers and governments are installing chargers around… Read more »

Energica announces DC fast charging for motorcycles

Italian motorcycle maker Energica (profiled in the December 2013 issue of Charged) builds a bike designed for the connoisseur of speed, with 0-60 mph acceleration of 3 seconds and a top speed of 150 mph. Now Energica is addressing the issue of fast charging for motorcycles. The Energica Ego features CCS Combo charging that allows… Read more »

Italian electric superbike maker: Race on Sunday to sell on Monday

Motorcycles represent one of the most exciting, and potentially profitable, niches for EVs. Many motorsports enthusiasts predict that it’s only a matter of time before electrics two-wheelers totally dominate the racetrack. However, the potential for huge sales is found on the streets of the developing world, where a motorcycle is more likely to be an… Read more »

First look at the Energica Ego, an Italian electric superbike

Bringing four decades of racing heritage with it, Italian 3D-printed parts manufacturer CRP enters the world of electric street motorcycles with its high-performance superbike, the Energica Ego. Throughout Italy, racing pervades the culture. Within a 30-mile radius in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy, you’ll find the headquarters of Maserati, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Ducati, representing… Read more »