This Italian-built motorbike is headed for MotoGP's new FIM Moto-e World Cup support series.
The Energica Ego hails from Modena, Italy, the birthplace of Ferrari.
The Ego will form the basis for a new MotoGP electric motorcycle racing series beginning in 2019.
The Energica Ego has a range of 80-100 miles in street trim.
The series production Ego's top speed has been limited to 150 mph, but it's unclear if the racing bikes will be governed.
The Energica Ego is available in a slew of different color treatments.
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