Dec 7, 2012
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An Energica electric superbike.
The Italian electric superbike at your fingertips
Starting from today Energica can be booked online through PayPal
CRP Group has implemented Energica website with a simple reservation system dedicated to the electric streetbike (~).
From now on Energica can be reserved very simply, it will take you a few clicks. You will need to go to the official website of the electric superbike and go to the Reservation page. After filling the form you can pay the deposit through PayPal, one of the most popular payment device for the web.
Energica can be booked everywhere. No matter if you are from America or China, from Europe or Japan, there are no boundaries. You just need an internet point and you're done because your deposit gives you the priority for the purchase of ENERGICA.
This "proudly made-in-Modena" supersport electric streetbike is sophisticated, aggressive and reflects the combination of technology, innovation and tradition, making it unique.
ENERGICA can reach of 220 km/h of speed and can count on exceptional technical partners in addition to being made of F1 technologies.
Furthermore, it is equipped with a PMAC synchronous motor with permanent magnets and maps management system with a power of 100Kw oil cooled and a torque of 160Nm.
Energica has a range of 150 km at an average speed of 70 km / h. The batteries can be recharged within 3 hours with alternating current or in less than 30 minutes to 80% of batteries capacity with direct current. The battery has a nominal capacity of 11.7 kWh and 13.2 kWh when it is completely charged. The braking system is Brembo. It is double monolitic caliper with radial mount, 4 pistons, and rear 2 pistons caliper. Tyres are from the series Pirelli Diablo Rosso. The throttle controls of Energica are from Domino. The rear mono absorber as the steering damper is from Sachs. The front fork of 43 mm is from Marzocchi. From the point of view of electronics, Energica is equipped with a digital instrument panel with multifunction LCD, just like it is used on the Moto2 World Championship and the lights are LED. Furthermore Energica is equipped with a braking system that allows to recover useful energy for the functioning of the motorcycle, known as regenerative braking, just as it happens in F1.
This 100% electric superbike coming from the passion and expertise of CRP has launched the challenge for the affirmation of future eco-friendly technology.