Available in carbon ($14,995) or standard versions ($11,995), the Enertia is powered by six lithium phosphate batteries that are good for up to 45-miles. They go on sale next year.

But at a top speed of only 50mph, the chain-driven Enertia is more of a decorated moped than a motorcycle (though the Brembo brakes sound nice)

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Available in carbon ($14,995) or standard versions ($11,995), the Enertia is powered by six lithium phosphate batteries that are good for up to 45-miles. They go on sale next year.

But at a top speed of only 50mph, the chain-driven Enertia is more of a decorated moped than a motorcycle (though the Brembo brakes sound nice)

[via Gizmodo]

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