The famous Italian brand Cagiva appears to make a return and return with style.

Why “Style” because Cagiva plans to make electric motorcycles and not motorcycle with combustion engines. And that makes it entirely an electric motorcycle company.


This history of Cagiva goes back from 1978 when it was born . And the objective was to make combustion engine motorcycles.


Throughout its journey, the brand underwent various restructures. And many times there was a change in owners.

M V Agusta owned Cagiva, and the last Cagiva came out of its stable was in 2012.

While M V Agusta underwent a series of challenges, however, under the leadership of the new CEO, Timur Sardarov, it looks stable. 

At the same time, he is doing many things to make Agusta as a competitive brand.

Now the brand is trying to enter into the electric arena via Cagiva.

Cagiva, on the other hand, is expected to bring its first electric bike in the coming 12 months.

Now the vital question arises as to what do we see from Caviga?

What do we see from Cagiva?

What we come to know from Electrek is right now. The focus of Cagiva is to bring small and light electric motorcycles that are more affordable. The bike that gets 4kW (5.3 hp) range.

On the flip side, there is no information on what Cagiva wants to achieve in terms of design or patent.

On the other hand, M V Agusta does have a partnership with China-based Loncin . Effectively to make the lower displacement combustion engine motorcycles.

The plan that we see from Cagiva is a lower displacement electric motorcycle that is between 150cc to 250cc. 

Well out thoughts do come from Loncin’s subsidiary . VOGE that has an ER10 electric motorcycle that has the right amount of range and power of 100 km/h (62 mph) top speed.

The full name of the bike VOGE ER 10 and it comes with liquid-cooled and swingarm-mounted 6kW (8hp) engine or motor and has a weight of 115 kgs.

We could also see something like Sun Ron Light Bee.

However, we would definitely like to welcome . Cagiva and to show its competence in the electric motorcycle world. Till then, stay tuned.

Read More

Now you can buy MV Agusta motorcycles online
Kawasaki goes electric at EICMA 2019
Royal Enfield to bring more affordable bikes 

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments