Mark Licea gets a hands-on look at Brammo's Enertia electric motorcycle.
In this week's show, a hands-on look at Brammo's Enertia electric motorcycle, Samsung's edge-lit HDTV technology, and a charger that can power gadgets with kinetic energy.
Electric motorcycle maker Brammo raises $28 million to develop its powertrain tech. Leading the charge: powersports giant Polaris.
Six-speed transmission offered on motorcycle EVs in partnership with Italian engineering company SMRE could be game-changing.
Brammo Inc., maker of electric motorcycles, announced it has formed a partnership with JCAM Advanced Mobility Company Ltd., the Hong Kong-based electric vehicle distribution company cofounded by cultural icon Jackie Chan.
The Enertia electric motorcycle from Brammo is now available at Best Buy, which sees a close tie between consumer electronics and electric vehicles.
Is Best Buy getting into the motorcycle business?
GM associated with the B word again, we have the hottest cars from the Geneva Motor Show, BMW wants their car keys to work like credit cards, figuring out the Toyota Venza.
At nearly $3,500, it's hard to imagine where this model will fit in.
Brammo's "Enertia" will be priced up to $15,000.