The FIM MotoE World Cup electric doesn’t formally start until the 2019 season, yet an ever increasing number of subtle elements are turning out about the new group. Energica Motor Company is to be a piece of this new time of expert two-wheeled motorsport.
The Italian company of high-performing electric motorcycles has been chosen by Dorna as the single manufacturer for FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup that will start early next year.
Dubbed Energica Ego Corsa, it has a lot in common with the production Ego but modified for racing use with 147 horsepower and a top speed of 155 mph.
The green heart of Ego Corsa racebike is the asynchronous oil-cooled engine with lasting magnets. It permits a greatest ceaseless intensity of 110 kW (147 hp/cv) and a torque of 200 Nm. Personality Corsa can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds.
Corsa does not have a gearbox or a grasp. Everything is managed by the ride-by-wire framework, enabling you to control the quickening torque of the engine and deceleration in light of the regenerative torque or motor braking.
Ego Corsa integrates the DC fast-charge technology in light of CCS Combo that permits to charge the bicycle from o to 85% in around 20 minutes. Energica’s battery, inverter, charger and ABS are continually observed and overseen by the cutting edge VCU, totally composed and created by Energica.
MotoE’s debut 2019 season will comprise of five races with 18 motorcycles. Seven private groups will get two bicycles each and four more bicycles will be held for Moto2 or Moto3 groups. The MotoE races will occur on Sundays simply like the other race classes.
Electric racing appears to be the future for both cars and motorcycles. Hopefully, it can coordinate the fervor of good antiquated gas-controlled hustling sometime in the future.