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Energica Motor Company at SWISS-MOTO 2015 with Extablish AG

(lifePR) (Stans, ) Energica Ego (http://www.energicasuperbike.com/energica-ego-electric-superbike/) will be present at SWISS-MOTO 2015, the largest Swiss motorcycle exhibition.

SWISS-MOTO will take place from February 19th to 22nd: the first model Ego from Energica Motor Company will be on display at the Extablish AG booth C09, Hall 3.

Extablish AG (http://www.extablish.com/) is the Energica Official Dealer Distributor for Switzerland, with the exclusion of Canton of Ticino. The green superbike will appear in Matte Black configuration.

EMC confirms the growth of Energica investment in line with the positive trend of electric market. The emerging field of sustainable mobility is getting more and more confirmations in Switzerland as demonstrated by the increasing sales recently reported by the association Avere-France.

"Developing a sales network adds value to the project", says Livia Cevolini, "it shows how dealers believe in our business. First of all Energica dealers are our partners: we are going to build a successful global brand with them".

The owner of Extablish AG, Adrian von Büren, goes along with Energica policy. "It's an exciting and challenging mission to establish a successful sales network for a complete new category of motorcycle. With Energica motorcycles it's now possible to enjoy motorcycling without burdening our environment."

Visit Energica Motor Company website: www.energicasuperbike.com
Energica Motor Company at SWISS-MOTO 2015

SWISS-MOTO - Zurich
Extablish AG booth C09, Hall 3
February 19th to 22nd

To learn more about Energica Motor Company and its first model Ego, executives from EMC will be available for media interviews at booth C09, Hall 3.

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