MV Agusta Enters Electric Mobility Space With Amo E-Bikes
By Carandbike Team
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Published on July 5, 2021
- MV Agusta announces e-bikes to enter electric mobility segment
- The MV Agusta Amo e-bikes will be used for urban mobility
- Both bikes offer pedal assist upto 25 kmph, and come with 75 km range
Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta has announced that it's entering the electric mobility space with a range of lightweight e-bikes bearing the iconic wings and gearhead logo. According to MV Agusta, the Italian brand will first launch e-bicycles, followed by kick scooters. The Amo e-bikes, with the name meaning "I love" in Italian, will have two models in the series, the Amo RR and the Amo RC, both featuring a 250 W silent Mahle engine with assisted speed of up to 25 kmph, and a 250 Wh Panasonic battery offering 75 km range on a single charge.
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Timur Sardarov, CEO of MV Agusta Motor S.p.A., commented, "Our world is moving fast, society is evolving at a cadence the pandemic and the new-normal have dramatically accelerated. The motorcycle industry has come to form part of a single, larger market of lightweight mobility that encompasses all two-wheel vehicles. There is a growing need for affordable, light and eco-friendly mobility solutions, especially in large, busy urban contexts. An entire segment, almost untouched.
"We realised the time was right for us to unlock the full potential of what the MV Agusta brand stands for. Speed, quality of engineering and authentic Italian design are values that resonate with urban dwellers and bikers alike. I am confident this move to diversify our product portfolio with an exciting and different product range will be well received by the markets and bring us the expected returns."
Both e-bikes will feature premium quality components like Pirelli tyres, Magura disc brakes and Gates Carbon drive belt. With just 15.5 kg weight, the Amo e-bikes are described as lightweight, and ideal for urban commutes or leisure trips. According to MV Agusta, the Amo e-bikes are being designed and engineered in Italy, and each e-bike will be assembled in-house.
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