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CRP Racing debuts Energica electric streetbike prototype at EICMA 2011

CRP Racing debuts Energica electric streetbike prototype at EICMA 2011

Last Updated: November 11, 2011 11:07 am 0 comments

You might not need an electric streetbike in the near future, but it’s still cool to know that the prototype is complete. CRP Racing has just introduced the Energica at the EICMA motorcyle show in Italy.

The Energica slides an all-electric powertrain with 100kW of power into a classic Italian-style two wheeler the is capable of speeds up to 220 km/h, 16kgm of torque, and 150km of range on a single charge, features OZ forged aluminum braking discs and a power train efficiency around 95 percent. The niftiness is only compounded by front double caliper radial mounts, a single rear fixed caliper, digital multifunction LCD dashboard and LED headlights. Pricing begins with a deposit of €1,500 ($2042 US) and doesn’t include VAT. Of course, the Energica is still in the development phase, so final pricing and specifications might change. Still, if an electric streetbike isn’t at least as cool as a penguin in a freezer, then something’s wrong with your freezer.



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