Energica Eva Ribelle Electric Motorcycle Unveiled At EICMA 2019
Apart from the new motorcycle Energica introduced a new battery pack that extends the range of its existing bikes to a whopping 400km!
- The 2020 Energica range consists of the Ego, Eva EsseEsse9 and Eva Ribelle.
- Like its other models, the Eva Rebelle receives a new electric power pack.
- The Ribelle powerpack offers 107kW and 215Nm, and a range of upto 400km.
- Gets a DC fast charging mode that offers 0 to 80 percent charge in just 40 minutes.
Energica has launched the Eva Ribelle at EICMA 2019. The naked electric motorcycle is one of the three motorcycles in Energica’s 2020 lineup, the other two being the faired Ego and the slightly lower-powered Eva EsseEsse9 electric retro naked. The Eva Ribelle manages to look even sportier than the previous Eva thanks to its new colour shades and bright red frame.
The big news is the new power pack that offers 60 percent more range without compromising on performance. It gets an oil-cooled 3-phase permanent magnet electric motor that offers 107kW at 6000rpm and 215Nm right from the word go. It allows the Ribelle to reach a top speed of 200kmph. There are 4 riding modes: Urban, Eco, Rain, Sport. Even the regenerative braking can be set up in 4 levels.
The new lithium-polymer battery pack offering a maximum capacity of 21.5 kWh. While claimed combined range is 230km, Energica says that its new motorcycles can go upto 400km in city riding conditions. Energica is also offering a DC fast charging mode which will charge the battery up to 80 percent in just 40 minutes.
Like the Energica Ego, the Eva Ribelle gets high-spec underpinnings in the form of a steel trellis frame, fully adjustable 43mm Marzocchi upside-down forks and Bitubo monoshock. Braking is via dual 330mm Brembo discs with 4-piston radial calipers and 240mm Brembo disc with 2-piston caliper aided with a dual-channel ABS setup. It gets 120/70 ZR17 front and 180/55 ZR17 rear Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres.
Energica is more of a boutique bikemaker that makes low-volume high-end electric motorcycles. Hence, we do not see it launching its motorcycles in India anytime soon.