Energica unveils Experia, the new electric green tourer, at Mugello Circuit.
Today we raise the bar of electric motorcycle sector making history, againLivia Cevolini, CEO Energica Motor Company
From racing to the road, Energica has grinded thousands of km/miles, gathering the experience for the first line-up still on the market. Now the focus of the Italian company adds a new element: the electric wanderlust. Here comes Experia, a brand-new motorcycle designed and built to enhance the pure electric motorcycle riding experience.
We have focused on the real-world needs of motorcycle riders worldwide, creating an ex novo state-of-the art engineering platform.Giampiero Testoni, CTO Energica Motor Company.
Energica Experia is the first model release as part of a new second generation “Energica Green Tourer” technological platform.
Energica Green Tourer Platform
Innovations include a reengineered EMCE electric motor, revised battery chemistry, and new frame and chassis design, all intended to reduce weight and vastly improve balance and rideability. The result in the Energica Experia is an electric green tourer bike integrally designed and built for that purpose from the ground up.
PURPOSE-DRIVEN PERFORMANCE: a new High-Tech platform.
The Experia motor and battery are both brand new. Battery capacity has increased, yet has a lower weight, plus a centralized, lower center of gravity allows for better low-speed rideability. Experia enjoys the largest battery capacity of any electric motorcycle at 22.5 kWh maximum (19.6 kWh nominal) that can be charged from 0-80% in just 40 minutes at a Level 3 / DC Fast Charger at a top rate of 24 kW.
The completely new designed PMASynRM motor EMCE (Synchronous Reluctance assisted by permanent magnets) is also lighter, with less mass, and is positioned lower than in our other models.
Peak power is 75 kW (101 HP), torque is 115 Nm (85 lb. ft.) and then the top speed for the Energica Experia is 180 km/h (112 mph) – perfect for everyday freeway riding.
Energica Experia promises to be a breaking point in the electric mobility.