The recent explosion in sales means the Italian manufacturer leads the European market of zero emission high-performing motorcycles.
The news comes just months after Energica opened a new Research and Development, new factory and its latest sales location in San Francisco. The 32.000 square foot factory opened in Modena, the Italian Motor Valley, was built to continue the development of its electric motorcycle line, build Energica’s models as well as feature a new showroom, Energica Lounge, together with the museum on the history of the company displaying their first racing bikes through the Ego prototypes.
According to Energica, the production of Ego and Eva has achieved a remarkable growth with both productions are fully operational and already sold out. The countries enjoying the prolific sales are Switzerland, Germany, Norway, The Netherlands, England, Spain and Portugal.
"The company in the first 6 months sold in all major European countries strengthening commercial presence in those markets where it already operates," says Riccardo Ancilotto, Sales Director Energica, ”Prospects are positive, we are working on our distribution network in order to add also France, starting from the main square, Paris. At the same time negotiations are ongoing in Austria and Belgium."
Energica are attributing its excellent sales partly to the launch of the second model Eva. The electric streetfighter unveiled at EICMA 2015, embraces a larger sales target and has received a warm welcome from the public.
But Energica have more in store for the electric riding community.
"In September we will launch the Value Operation, aimed at rewarding the choice of those who already believed in our brand,” explains Ancilotto, “We’re also organizing several promotional activities at our new display hall in the heart of San Francisco, Galleria Energica."
New owners will become part of a growing family. Energica Motor Company continue to grow its network of dealers around the world and are updating and expanding its facilities in Italy. This will allow for increased production, going from building one motorcycle per day to five thousand a year.
New technology and announcements are expected later this year with new models in the next two to three years.