2023 is a pivotal year for Energica Motor. After financial tech firm Ideanomics acquired a 70% stake in the company in 2021, Energica shifted focus to expanding its dealership network. The firm also exited the Grand Prix paddock after the 2022 season to focus on serving its customer base, which was evident at EICMA 2022 with the release of updated models.
To better support its French customers, Energica partnered with French e-garage start-up Revolte. The company offers repair and maintenance services for electric and hybrid vehicles at its Nantes, France location and also features a Mobile Workshop for roadside assistance.
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Energica Commercial Director Giacomo Leon acknowledged the significance of the partnership, saying it will increase the firm's assistance service in a crucial European market interested in sustainable mobility.
Energica made headlines in 2022 with the release of the world's first adventure-touring motorcycle, the Experia, with a 261-mile city range, 130-mile highway estimate, and 160-mile combined range. The partnership with Revolte will help keep Energica motorcycles like the Experia on the road, providing customers with a sense of security for their long-distance trips.
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Revolte CEO Alexis Marcadet expressed delight at the partnership with such a strong brand as Energica, stating that Revolte can help customers make their motorcycles last as long as possible.
In 2023, Energica may no longer hold its prestigious status in racing, but the firm is focusing on delivering exceptional customer care.