Energica Electric Motorcycles Have Been Greenlit For Australian Roads

We have been working toward this for over a year now and we are SO excited to announce that three of Energica’s electric Motorcycles have been approved for use on Australian roads.

 

The Energica Ego, Eva Ribelle and EsseEsse9 were approved for use by the Department of Infrastructure just this week, which means Aussie riders can now hit the roads with the Italian made super bikes. 

This is a big moment for motorcycles in Australia – Energica produces the most advanced electric motorcycles in the world. These bikes have the biggest battery packs, most powerful motors, most advanced power management systems and the longest riding range of any electric motorcycle available anywhere. So we’re thrilled to be representing them over here and bringing their awesome bikes to Australia and NZ. 

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The fourth model Energica offers, the Experia, is still going through the approval process with the Department of Infrastructure and is expected to be green lit in the coming months. Our first demo model Experias are due to arrive next year, but you can come and test ride the Ego, Eva Ribelle and EsseEsse9 now. 

If you’re ready to get your hands on the most advanced electric motorcycles available, get in touch with us and book a test ride.

Here’s a quick breakdown on the four Energica models

Energica Ego 

The Ego is the Racing model offered by Energica and is most well known for being selected as the competition bike for the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup up until 2022. It is the most powerful and advanced electric motorcycle in the world and comes fully loaded with Brembo brakes, premium Ohlin suspension, signature Italian race design and an engine that will take you from 0-100km/h in 2.6 seconds, with enough torque to make even the most experienced racers nervous.    

Energica Ego Electric Motorcycle

Quick Stats

Max battery capacity: 21.5 kW/h
Top Speed: 240 km/h
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h in 2.8 sec.
City range: 420 km
Combined range: 246 km
Torque: 215 Nm
Peak power: 126 kW – 169 Hp
Seat height: 810mm
Charge time: 1 hour on DC fast charge, 6 hours on slow charge.

 

Energica Eva Ribelle 

The Eva Ribelle is the hyper naked version of the Ego. It has the same acceleration, torque, power and range, but the fairings have been stripped back giving it a more aggressive street style. The Eva Ribelle also has a slightly shifted up-right riding position instead of the racing crouch you have with the Ego. 

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Quick Stats

Max battery capacity: 21.5 kW/h
Top Speed: 200 km/h
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h in 2.8 sec.
City range: 420 km
Combined range: 246 km
Torque: 215 Nm
Peak power: 126 kW – 169 Hp
Seat height: 790mm
Charge time: 1 hour on DC fast charge, 6 hours on slow charge.

 

Energica EsseEsse9 

 

The EsseEsse9 has the same chassis as the Ego and Eva Ribelle, but different fairings, headlight, riding position and mapping that make it more of a touring street tracker motorcycle. The seat on this model  allows you to ride single or double, perfect for a weekend ride up the mountains and will take you further in kms than the race models, but not as fast. 

Energica EsseEsse9+

Quick Stats

Max battery capacity: 13.4 kWh
Nominal capacity: 11.7 kWh
Top Speed: 200 km/h
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h in 3.1 sec.
City range: 200 km
Combined range: 161 km
Torque:  180 Nm
Power: 80 kW – 109 Hp
Seat height: 790
Charge time: 1 hour on DC fast charge, 6 hours on slow charge

 

Energica Experia

 

The most recent addition to the Energica models, the Experia is the ultimate electric touring bike and is the first of it’s kind in the world. The Experia features a reengineered EMCE electric motor, revised battery chemistry a completely new frame and chassis design – all with the intention to reduce weight, improve rider balance and increase ground clearance for rough terrain.

Quick stats

Max battery capacity: 22.5 kWh
Nominal capacity: 19.6 kWh
Top Speed: 180 km/h
Acceleration: 0-100 km/in 3.5 seconds
City range: 420km
Highway range: 256km
Torque: 115 Nm
Power: 60kW – 80HP
Seat height: 847mm
Charge time: 1 hour on DC fast charge, 6 hours on slow charge.  

Have a chat with our team on the Gold Coast if you’re interested in any of the Energica motorcycles. Or you can book a test ride online here

We have some more news about Energica coming soon. On our recent trip to Energica HQ in the Modena Motor Valley, Italy, we got to tour the factory, meet the team and find out what’s coming next from the Energica innovators.

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