Enertia Electric Motorcycle: Go 50 miles without fuel

At the LiveEarth concert held this past weekend, Brammo Motorsports revealed their Enertia Electric Motorcycle. Brammo Motorsports is best known for bringing the Ariel Atom to the US. While this may not be hybrid car, its the quickest way to get from 0-60mph in a eco-friendly form of transportation.

This plug-in Enertia Electric Motorcycle has a driving range of about 50 miles and a 0-30 mph time of 3.8 seconds. The Enertia has no fuel tank and no internal-combustion engine. It simply uses six 12-volt lithium-phosphate battery packs. The bike is fueled by simply plugging it into a 110-volt outlet.

Charging fast than most cell phones the Enertia reaches 80-percent charge in two hours, while full charge takes three hours. On a full charge, the Enertia Electric Motorcycle has the ability to go 40 to 50 miles before recharging.

Brammo is taking online orders for the US limited edition “Carbon” model starting at $14,995. Deliveries are expected to start in the first quarter of 2008. You may also reserve the standard model priced in at $11,995, which is expected to begin production by the third quarter of 2008.


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Source: MSN Autos (via Enertia)

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