Energica go the distance: More range and more torque for 2023

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Energica’s 2023 line-up of e-motorcycles will have more torque and offer more range thanks to advances in battery chemistry.

The Italian companies new models are on display at Eicma, with three of its four machines, the EsseEsse9+, Ego+ and Eva Ribelle, increasing range by 5% and torque at the motor by 7Nm (5.1lbft).

Energica claim this equates to an extra 35Nm or 28.8lbft or rear-wheel torque The Experia model retains its 115Nm (85lbft). The increase in range of the three models brings them in-line with the Experia.

Energica Ego sportsbike

All models now offer 261 miles of city riding, 160 miles of combined riding and 130 miles of extra-urban riding. Flat to 80% charge can be done in 40 minutes via DC fast charging.

Waiting in the wings, but not ready for Eicma, is an A2 licence compliant Experia that can be upgraded once a full licence is obtained. It will be ready in 2023.

Technical details include a 4.3″ TFT colour display dashboard (COBO 5” for the Experia), four riding modes; urban, eco, rain, sport plus three customisable modes for the Experia and four regenerative maps; low, medium, high and off.

2023 Energica Experia colours

Also included as standard is traction control, cruise control and park assist. A keyless system is also available on all models. The Experia will be available in two new colours – white flame and metal black.

Included in the Eicma show will be a liquid-cooled, permanent magnet motor, engineered with Mavel. They claim it weighs just 26kg and revs up to 13,000rpm.