Old-school and electric motorcycle aren’t words that are usually used in conjunction with each other, however old-school is the new-school these days and the popularity and functionality of electric motorcycles is on the rise. Energica is set to unveil its new model, the Eva EsseEsse9 at CES this January 9th-12th in Las Vegas.
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MODENA, ITALY – December 29, 2017 – For the 3rd consecutive year Energica Motor Company will be present, with CRP Group and the U.S. based partner CRP USA, at CES® the global stage for innovation.
The CRP Group and then Energica have always distinguished themselves through new technologies and innovative processes and thanks to their efforts, Energica achieved an important goal this year.
The Italian company of high-performing electric motorcycles was chosen by Dorna as single manufacturer for the new FIM Moto-e World Cup that will become a reality in 2019.
In Vegas, Energica will unveil the third model Eva EsseEsse9, the first “old school” electric motorcycle.
Eva EsseEsse9, #MYElectricSoul: Pioneering innovation
Essential, Authentic, Pure. Its name is Eva EsseEsse9, inspired by the real name of Via Emilia, a historic road crossing the Italian Motor Valley.
Via Emilia is one of the oldest Italian roads, built by the Roman consul Marco Emilio Lepido in 187 BC to connect Rimini to Piacenza.
The soul of Energica third model rests on the history and traditions of this area: innovation combines with the genuine engines tradition of Emilia Romagna territory.
The “old school” Energica is therefore a brave, enthusiastic and heartful motorcycle on which the structural components are on sight.
From Jan 9th to Jan 12th at booth #8910, Tech East, LVCC, North Hall, Las Vegas, CES attendees can admire the Eva EsseEsse9 in 2 colors: Lunar White and Shocking Blue, this one will feature a special surfboard rack.
Energica Motor Company S.p.A. is the first Italian manufacturer of high-performing electric motorcycles. Energica motorcycles are already on sale through the authorized importers around United States and Europe.