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2023 Energica Experia Green Tourer Electric Bike

Located in the “Motor Valley” of Italy, Energica is a pioneering electric motorcycle company originally founded in 2014. Until now, they’ve only been producing fully burnished and naked superbikes. Now it’s entering the adventure bike business with the launch of the brand new Experia Green Tourer.

Weighing 573lbs (260 kg) and a seat height of 33.3inches (84.5 cm), this sport-adventure-touring vehicle is built around a tubular steel lattice frame with aluminum side plates and a cast aluminum swingarm.

Introduced at the MotoE World Cup race in Mugello, Italy, the Experia features a beaky front-end design that retains the dual-LED headlight layout and general design language of Energica‘s superbikes. Alongside the fully adjustable ZF Sachs suspension setup that provides 150mm of travel front and rear, it also features an optional hard luggage package that comes standard on the Launch Edition and provides 112 liters of storage space. Heated grips, Brembo brakes, cast aluminum wheels, 5” TFT display, lockable storage compartment, two USB ports, forward and reverse parking assist, six-level traction control, Bosch 9.3 cornering ABS, seven profiles, four drive modes, and four regenerative brakings All mods come as standard.

The Experia is powered by the EMCE Permanent Magnet-Assisted Synchronous Reluctance Motor and an all-new Rechargeable Energy Storage System (Rechargeable Energy Storage System) that allows the motorcycle’s Lithium polymer battery to go from 0% to 80% in just 40 minutes. Energy Storage System). This makes it the fastest-charging electric motorcycle in existence.

The Experia offers a range of 261 miles (420 km) in the city and 160 miles (257 km) on the highway. This 75kW (102hp) engine produces 664ft-lbs (900Nm) of torque at the rear wheel, allowing a 0-60mph acceleration time of 3.5 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 112mph (180 km/h).

Deliveries of the 2023 Energica Experia Green Tourer Adventure Bike, with a starting price of approximately €26,000, are scheduled to begin this fall. Energica also reported that they will also ship a range of accessories and upgrades for the Experia in the coming months. Click here to get more information.

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