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2017 Energica Ego is a 150-mph electric street warrior

This Italian-built motorbike is headed for MotoGP's new FIM Moto-e World Cup support series.

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The Energica Ego hails from Modena, Italy, the birthplace of Ferrari.

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The Ego will form the basis for a new MotoGP electric motorcycle racing series beginning in 2019.

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The Energica Ego has a range of 80-100 miles in street trim.

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The series production Ego's top speed has been limited to 150 mph, but it's unclear if the racing bikes will be governed.

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The Energica Ego is available in a slew of different color treatments.

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