Energica Announces Limited-Edition Carbon Fairings and High-Tech Options

Italian electric superbike Energica announces that a small batch of 100 motorcycles will be manufactured with exclusive carbon fiber fairings. These machines are the first hundred made as 2016 models, but no exact info is offered as to how many Eva and Ego models will receive such an upgrade.
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Given the fact that the fairings on the naked roadster Eva are significantly skimpier than the full bodywork of the Ego, we might believe that the latter model will be favored.

Either way, Energica prepared multiple other good things for their customers. One of the items that are now becoming a part of the standard trim for Energica's electric motorcycles is the integrated Fast Charge preparation.

This way, customers no longer have to pay for a fast charging system when they purchase their bike. Should they decide to get one later, they will be able to simply install and use it without any fuss, as their bikes are already wired and prepared to accommodate it.

At the same time, with the Fast Charge pre-wiring, the resale value of the Energica bikes will be higher when it's time to let one go, the Italian manufacturer adds.

Ohlins suspensions and Oz wheels on the options list

Energica adds Ohlins suspension on the options list for both bikes. The Ego full-faired superbike can be ordered now with 43mm Ohlins forks with adjustable rebound, compression, damping, and spring preload, while its naked sibling Eva has a longer list of options to choose from.

In addition to the forks, Energica Eva customers will be able to order a matching Ohlins rear monoshock, OZ forged aluminum wheels, bar-end and bolt made from ergal in blue, red, gold, silver, or black color, quick-release saddlebags, a Eva Tech sea, and a carbon kit that includes the front mudguard, side fairings, rear mudguard, chain guard, and front air duct.

For prices and availability, get in contact with Energica or one of their dealers. And remember that Energica already has a dealer in the US, too, and recently, they've also entered the UK market.

We also take time to honor one of the electric motorcycle visionaries who recently passed away, Michael Czysz of MotoCzysz fame.
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