Energica: 68% More Sales, 72% More Dealers In 12 Months

Energica: 68% More Sales, 72% More Dealers In 12 Months

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Energica Motor Company, S.p.A.:

Energica: production continues at a rapid pace. + 68% deliveries. + 72% dealers worldwide in the past 12 months.

Modena, May 20th 2020

Energica Motor Company, leading company of high-performing electric motorcycle and FIM Enel MotoE World Cup single manufacturer for the next three years, confirms the industrial growth trend despite both current market conditions and the production department closure from March 25th to April 28th.

The Company increased its operating activity by delivering 68% more motorcycles to its dealers and importers than in the same period last year.

“Production continues at a rapid pace to quickly satisfy both European, US and Asian customers,” says Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director. “The interest in the Energica brand is confirmed both in Europe and on overseas markets where three new commercial agreements have been signed in recent weeks. The number of Energica dealers worldwide has increased by 72% in the past 12 months.

“We continue to receive new orders and this is a sign of an increasing attention to electric mobility, especially in territories such as the United States and in countries such as the Netherlands, Germany and France. ACEA data on electric / hybrid vehicles are the only positives in the first quarter in Europe in comparison to the declining numbers of all traditional engines.”

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