2011 Brammo Enertia Plus Unveiled

Electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo took the wraps off the 2011 Enertia Plus bike today, a machine set to make global public debut at the upcoming EICMA show in Milan this November. The new electric bike features the new Brammo Power Lithium-Ion battery technology, which enables it to travel up to 80 miles (128 km) on a single charge.

The Enertia Plus will also feature a number of enhancements including simplified charging, improved maneuverability, plus the option to add a center kickstand and rigid Givi side bags.

“Taking full advantage of the Brammo Power technology revealed initially in the Empulse, we are now able to offer consumers twice the range in our Enertia platform. At just a $1000 price difference compared to the standard Enertia, we are offering a truly practical EV motorcycle with unprecedented consumer value,” stated Craig Bramscher, Founder and CEO of Brammo.

The expected MSRP for the Enertia Plus when deliveries start next year is $8,995. Customers can choose from four new colors: Eclipsed Black, Peacekeeping Blue, True Blood Red and Aluminium Silver.

“It’s truly been an amazing experience to watch the Enertia’s capabilities as a motorcycle grow in step with the latest developments in EV technology. As with every Brammo product, the Enertia Plus represents the best of what we know. When we started the Enertia development, I never would have believed such a huge leap in range was possible in such a short period of time,” added Brian Wismann, Director of Product Development.

Joining the 2011 Enertia Plus on display at EICMA will be the recently announced 2011 Empulse, together with the Enertia TTR and Empulse RR race bikes. After EICMA, the Brammo electric motorcycles will travel to China for the Macau Grand Prix on November 18-21.
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