April 18, 2024

Motor Synchronous oil-cooled with permanent magnets
Maximum Continuous Power 110 kW (147 hp/cv)
Acceleration 0-60 in three seconds
Top Speed 155 mph (250km/h)
Torque 147.5 lb.-ft. (5,000 rpm)
Throttle Ride-by-wire
Battery High-voltage lithium-ion
Recharging 0-85 percent in about 20 minutes, via the integrated DC fast charging technology developed by CCS Combo

Since the 2019 season, Dorna brings a new class to their weekend races. This class is MOTOE, an electric motorbike race that will accompany the regular moto3, moto2 and motogp classes.
The bike competing is a prototype motorsports that developed by the Italian electric motor manufacturer Energica Motor Company. Energica Motor Company S.p.A. is based in Modena, Italy, and was founded by Livia and Franco Cevolini in 2014.
And it is supported by the sole sponsor Enel. Title sponsor Enel is an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas, employing 62,000 with an annual revenue of approximately $86 billion. The Italian government owns 25 percent of the company, which was established in 1962. 
The motorbike will be identical to one another but in several parts, it may be adjusted depending on the rider’s preference, for example the suspension. All MotoE machines will be charged using the solar panels provided by Enel, which are continuously recharged between each session.
By 2020, there are 18 riders competing in seven teams (Angel Nieto, Avintia, Gresini, LCR, Marc VDS, Pramac, and Tech 3) and Michelin is the sole tire supplier.

The Energica EgoGP can be recharged from zero to 85 percent in 20 minutes.Courtesy of Energica Motor Company

If you see it without the fairing on it’s this massive square battery with some trellis. I would say high level one with high level of power density and energy density to have of course the best power possible with the autonomy we need 

in the a MotoGP bike that’s the normal fossil fuel driven vehicle is the pinnacle of motorcycle racing technology it weighs just a hundred and fifty seven kilograms produces 270 horsepower and has a top speed in excess of 350 km/h. 
By comparison these first-ever Moto e bikes weigh 270 kilograms almost twice as much they produce 147 horsepower and they’ve got a top speed of 250 km/h.  They’ve also got a shorter range due to the limitations of current battery technology, but of course the trade-off is an important one they’ve got no tailpipe so they have zero tailpipe emissions. 

Despite that significant extra weight at the first race in Germany the Moto e bike luck timeit’s were on a par with the Moto 3 hetra bikes those are just a couple of classes down from MotoGP and the electric bikes were just 7 seconds slower per lap than the MotoGP bikes. That might sound like quite a gap but in the overall year with very little development that’s very impressive

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