January 27, 2021
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Energica Receives A Record-Breaking Order From Taiwan

This order from Taiwan boosted Energica’s overall sales by over 25%.  

Begin press release:


Energica Motor Company, leading company of high-performing electric motorcycle and FIM Enel MotoE World Cup single manufacturer until 2022, received a record order from Taiwanese importer Russ Tiger Enterprise Co., Ltd.

The order is the most significant batch in the history of the Company received in a single tranche and includes all the models of the Energica line-up, for a total value of €836k.

Thanks to this record order, the Company added a further 14% of the 2020 turnover to values previously reported, thus reaching a 28% plus 11% of US floorplan.

Russ Tiger has contributed to promoting the Energica brand in its territory since the beginning of the commercial partnership, which was signed last April 2020.

The vehicles will be destined for the country’s customers, who are increasingly sensitive to the quality and design of Made in Italy, as well as to sustainable mobility and environmental sustainability.

“Electric vehicles are the trend because of environment protection. Besides, the weather and the environment in Taiwan are also suitable for electric bike riders.” Says Russ Tsai, Russ Tiger Enterprise CEO.

“Our government supports the industry by applying a reduced commodity tax. Its electric bike range with unique Italian style, performance and being the MotoE supplier are the factors that make us place our trust in Energica bikes. This order is just the beginning, more will be coming soon.”

“The Energica motorcycles ordered will be produced and will arrive in the upcoming months in Taichung, base of operations of Russ Tiger Enterprise Co., Ltd.” Says Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director.

“We are proud to have a business partner with the same long-term vision as us; we are confident to continue our development in the Asia Pacific area in the coming months, bringing our brand and our motorcycles to new markets with high development potential”.