Energica receives record order from Taiwan – roadracing world magazine


Energica: record order of € 836,000 from Taiwan

The order received since the beginning of 2021 increases by 28% and adds to the significant 11% of the US floor plan.

Modena, January 27, 2021

Energica Motor Company, a leading high-performance electric motorcycle company and sole manufacturer of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup until 2022, has received a record order from Taiwanese importer Russ Tiger Enterprise Co., Ltd.

The order is the largest batch in the history of the Company received in a single installment and includes all models of the Energica range, for a total value of € 836,000.

Thanks to this record order, the Company added 14% of its 2020 sales to the values ​​previously published (see press release of January 19, 2021), thus reaching 28% plus 11% of the US plan.

Russ Tiger has helped promote the Energica brand in its territory since the start of the business partnership, which was signed in April 2020.

The vehicles will be aimed at customers in the country, who are increasingly sensitive to the quality and design of Made in Italy, as well as to sustainable mobility and environmental sustainability.

“Electric vehicles are all the rage because of environmental protection. In addition, the weather and environment in Taiwan is also suitable for electric cyclists, ”said Russ Tsai, CEO of Russ Tiger Enterprise.

“Our government is supporting the industry by imposing a reduced consumption tax. Its range of electric bikes with a unique Italian style, performance and being the MotoE supplier are the factors that make us trust Energica bikes. This order is just the beginning, more will be available soon. “

“The Energica motorcycles on order will be produced and will arrive in Taichung, the base of operations of Russ Tiger Enterprise Co., Ltd. in the next few months. Said Giacomo Leone, Director of Sales and Marketing at Energica.

“We are proud to have a business partner with the same long-term vision as us; we are confident of continuing our development in the Asia-Pacific zone in the coming months, bringing our brand and our motorcycles into new markets with strong development potential ”.


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