Energica Motor Company, leading company of high-performing electric motorcycle and FIM Enel MotoE World Cup single manufacturer until 2022, signed new commercial agreement in Lithuania.

The new importer is located in the capital Vilnius.

“We are excited and honored to start working with ENERGICA in Lithuania and bring to our motorcycle community Italian style, most advanced electric technologies, supreme practicality and pure fun from racing to the road.”

Tomas Kungys, CEO ElectricWheels

Electric Vehicle market in Lithuania is growing fast and is expected to increase more in the upcoming years. For this reason, the Minister of Transport and Communications confirmed that the municipality will continue to provide convenient infrastructure to encourage greener transport.

The government is planning to increase the number of charging points from 600 to 1200 by 2025, reaching 7000 by 2030. “Lithuania represents a strong EV market for Energica’s business development in Eastern Europe. The country is very reactive in terms of sustainable mobility, as confirmed by both the number of electric vehicles sold and the strong policy in support of the electric transition.”

Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director