Energica's electric scrambler revealed at EICMA

Energica Eva EsseEsse9 debuts in Milan

Energica's electric scrambler revealed at EICMA

HERE’S Energica’s new electric scrambler, the Eva EsseEsse9, just revealed in Milan.

It makes a claimed 109hp and 132.7lbft, with a limited top speed of 125mph.

It was shown in black (main image), blue and white colour schemes.

It joins the faired Ego and naked Eva in Energica’s line up, which were also shown in new colours (pictured), the Ego in white/grey and red/grey and the Eva in grey and white.

Energica Eva EsseEsse9 Shocking Blue - credit Luciano Consolini (2).jpg

The Eva EsseEsse9 in blue

Energica Eva EsseEsse9 Lunar White blue light - credit Luciano Consolini.jpg

The Eva EsseEsse9 in white

Energica said: ‘Its name is Eva EsseEsse9, inspired by the real name of Via Emilia, historic road crossing the Italian Motor Valley.

‘Via Emilia is one of the oldest Italian roads, built by the Roman consul Marco Emilio Lepido in 187 BC to connect Rimini to Piacenza.

‘The soul of Energica third model rests on the history and traditions of this area: innovation combines with the genuine engines tradition of Emilia Romagna territory.

‘The "old school" Energica is therefore a brave, enthusiastic and heartful motorcycle on which the structural components are on sight.

‘Inspired by the ancient motorcycles, Eva EsseEsse9 is equipped with a classic soft-touch seat and a full LED headlight with DRL: an oval light embedded in a precious aluminum machined crown.

‘Eva EsseEsse9 will be the first bike in the world to have this kind of headlight.’

Energica Ego Red Passion Titan Grey- credit Luciano Consolini (3).jpg

The Ego in red/grey

Energica Ego Lunar White Titan Grey - credit Luciano Consolini (1).jpg

The Ego in white/grey

Energica Eva 107 Titan Grey.jpg

The Eva in white

Energica Eva 107 Lunar White .jpg

And in grey, with a screen.