Launch of the 2023 Energica Experia, an electric bike in a touring-advance way.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.  The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.  While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.  The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area   Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17   No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.  The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.  While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.  The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area   Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17   No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.  The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.  While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.  The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area   Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17   No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.  The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.  While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.  The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area   Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17   No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area.

Energica specializes in producing electric motorcycles from Italy. Has launched a new product Energica Experia that comes with the way of motorcycle touring - adventure. That comes with equipment, structure, battery and motor of the latest model of the manufacturer.  The Energica Experia will be a touring-advance style motorcycle that seems to focus heavily on road use. It will have the company's latest PMASynRM electric drive motor. While not as powerful as the motors used on the Ego and Eva, the new motor delivers 102 hp (HP) and 85 Ib-Ft of peak torque.  While the battery is another important part of electric motorcycles. It is a newly designed battery. The company has claimed that The battery is lighter than the previous model. And it comes with a capacity of 22.5 kWh and has a range of running in the city. It can run a distance of 260 miles, or about 418 kilometers, with just one charge, and it has DC Fast Charge support that can charge from 10-80% in 40 minutes.  The bike also comes with an interesting electronic system. whether driving mode with four preset modes: Eco, Urban, Rain and Sport, and three customizable driving modes, including Cornering ABS, Cornering Traction Control, and Help to move forward at low speed. and reverse at low speed for entering and exiting the parking area   Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17   No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

Let's take a look at the structure and equipment on the bike a bit. The structure of the bike is a solid Steel Tabular Trellis Frame with 43 mm inverted front shock absorbers and a monoshock rear suspension from Sach on both sides, with the same travel of 150 mm. Brakes at the front are dual 330mm discs, Brembo 4-port brake callipers, single 240mm disc at the rear, Brembo single-port brake calipers, same 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires. Sizes 120/70-17 and 180/55-17.

No official pricing has been announced for the 2023 Energica Experia, but the company will open a test run to European two-wheelers in early June. And it is expected that an official release date and price will be announced after testing is complete.

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