Energica Eva Ribelle – Streetfighter

Energica Eva Ribelle Streetfighter – image by Energica

The Energica Eva is a streetfighter, naked style design that packs a punch of power.

Right back to Italy with the awesome designed by Energica motorcycles. Their attention to detail is an emphasis on all their electric motorcycles, and the Eva Ribelle is no different. The naked styled streetfighter has a beautiful looking frame to cover it’s powerful battery pack and engine, and suspension systems front and back add character and style to its design.

The Eva is equipped with huge force, a 21.5kWh battery pack, pushing it’s motor to a peak of 107kw – equal to 145hp. That’s serious force, that should be able to push you instantly from 0-60mph (100kmh) in under 3 seconds. Although these are our estimates having calculated the output, torque and resistance. These are not the official manufacturer statement. To add comfort to this ride, the Energica Eva has both cruise control and traction control, Brembo breaks, Marzocchi front suspension and Bitubo Rear Mono Shock suspension.

Energica Eva Ribelle Streetfighter – image by Energica

The top speed is slightly below that of the Energica Ego+, but still a very respectful 125 mph (200kmh) electronically limited. The range varies as goes with all vehicles, and it will get you anywhere from 248 miles (400 km) of city ride, to 112 miles in extra urban (180 km). The combined measurement stands at 142 miles (230 km).

It’s beatifically detailed to the last bit of it, and even offers selection options for fairings. The style is Italian all the way for Energica motorcycles, and the Eva is one of those great masterpieces that puts it at the highest grade of electric motorcycles.

Technical specification:

MOTOR TYPE: Permanent Magnet AC, Oil Cooled.

MAX SPEED: Limited at 125 mph (200 km/h)

TORQUE: 215 Nm / 159 ft lb

POWER: Max power 107 kW / 145 Hp. Continuous power 107 kW / 145 Hp

RANGE: City: 400 km – Combined: 230 km – Extra-Urban: 180 km

BATTERY CAPACITY: Max 21.5 kWh / Nominal 18.9 kWh – lithium polymer

Via: Energica

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