Aprilia unveiled what they have been working on lately at EICMA 2022. The ELECTRICa shows off some of the interest in electric power, check out what we know about the concept so far...

Aprilia say the ELECTRICa project represents the brands vision of mobility for the young riders of the near future. The platform looks to offer the new generations motorcycling fun in any environment and without barriers. Check it out below…

Aprilia say the ELECTRICa project represents the brands vision of mobility for the young riders of the near future.

Aprilia say the ELECTRICa project represents the brands vision of mobility for the young riders of the near future.

The ELECTRICa project uses all the know-how made available from the Piaggio Group (that Aprilia is part of), which has been working on electric propulsion since 1975, having introduced a long line of vehicles throughout the times such as the MP3 Hybrid, the first hybrid scooter in the world.

The enormous possibilities introduced by digitalization and networks are producing a radical change in life for all. The ELECTRICa project is a new concept – a lightweight, zero emissions bike with a fun and satisfying ride to provide maximum freedom and riding fun even for use in the cities of the future!



The look is unmistakeably Aprilia, along with the big “A” on the side seen on the Tuono an RS models. Aprilia say that accessibility is guaranteed by the compact dimensions and the low saddle height, but also by the lightweight and the presence of both brake controls on the handlebar, a choice that makes the transition from scooters easier.

The look is unmistakeably Aprilia, along with the big "A" on the side seen on the Tuono an RS models.

The look is unmistakeably Aprilia, along with the big “A” on the side seen on the Tuono an RS models.

The electric motor is positioned in the central area and powers a chain final drive. The keyless system, the LCD instrumentation, and phonic wheels in the rims introduce the theme of technology aimed at practicality, as well as active electronic aids for a safe riding experience. 

Further info on the ELECTRICa is TBA…


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