Production Energica Eva Gets Fully Revealed

2 years ago by Mark Kane 10

Energica Eva

Energica Eva With Festive Message Over The Holidays

Energica Eva

Energica Eva at 2015 EICMA

Italian company Energica knows how to tempt us to buy their electric motorcycles.

They are doing it Eva-way.

Eva is the second electric motorcycle from Energica unveiled in November, which turns out to be a streetfighter.

70 kW of power (nearly Nissan LEAF territory) and 170 Nm of torque could send this baby to 200 km/h (124 mph).

The range is estimated at 200 km / 124 miles, but don’t expect that in the real world. Rather you will get half of this at 60 mph, because the battery is 11.7 kWh – still not bad for a motorcycle (Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has 12 kWh).

Energica’s first model is Ego, a more powerful superbike version.

Energica Eva is the first 100% electric streetfighter made in Italy: a perfect combination of agility and aggressive riding.

The rebellious spirit and easy handling allow the rider to control the power of the bike, making it the best streetfighter for the urban jungle.

Energica Eva has a permanent magnet AC (PMAC) oil cooled motor that produces 70kW (95 hp c.ca) of instantaneous power and a torque of 170 Nm.
The electric streetfighter has a range up to 200km (ECO mode) and can reach a top speed of 200km/h in Sport mode.

Eva’s battery, inverter, charger and ABS are constantly monitored and managed by a sophisticated Vehicle Control Unit, like Energica Ego.

Energica Eva does not have a gearbox or a clutch. Everything is regulated through the ride-by-wire system, allowing you to control the acceleration and deceleration of the motor with the integrated regenerative torque braking fully adjustable by the rider. A coasting feature is provided as a “neutral” position between acceleration and regeneration.

The streetfighter is fully compatible with commercial recharging stations or can be charged at home. Energica Eva is the only electric streetfighter in the world with an integrated fast charge system on board.”

Energica Eva

Energica Eva

Energica Eva spec

Energica Eva spec

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10 responses to "Production Energica Eva Gets Fully Revealed"

  1. Scott says:

    That is awesome, but how about an affordable, practical little bike for running errands? 50 mph ish? Capable of two up, or carry couple bags of groceries…

    1. kosee says:

      Sounds like you are describing an electric scooter.

    2. Steven says:

      Going two-up is going to cut its range dramatically.

      It’s a commuter bike that does well in traffic jams.

  2. John says:

    I keep waiting for a long’ish range electric cruiser. I loved my VTX…but just can’t bring myself to buy another Dino-Juicer.

    1. Warren says:

      You can only hold up so heavy a bike, so a longer range electric motorcycle is going to require aerodynamics.

      http://www.craigvetter.com/pages/2015-Streamliner-pages/2015-Terry-Streamliner-history-p86.html

    2. Vinny says:

      John,

      Take a look at the Brutus V9.

      http://brutusmotorcycle.com/brutusV9.html#specs

      Vinny

      1. Steven says:

        I did, then I looked at its price.

  3. zikzak says:

    170nm! That’s insane!

  4. Jan says:

    Would love to buy one.. but soooo expensive..
    Can buy 2 panigales for the same $

  5. Samuel H. says:

    The Zero SR is the bike to beat in this segment. It starts at $15,995, has 67 hp and 106 lb-ft of torque, does 0-60 mph in as low as 3.3 sec., has a range of up to 197 miles at city speeds (98 miles at 70 mph) with the optional battery power pack which brings the total battery capacity up to 15.9 kWh.

    There is the ~$40,000 Lightning LS218 which is one of the quickest and fastest bikes in the world. It has the options for a 12, 15, or 20 kWh battery pack. With a monstrous 200 hp and 168 lb-ft of instant, seamless torque, the LS218 accelerates faster than nearly everything on the road, up to its 218 mph top speed. Max range is ~100 miles at highway speeds.