There hasn't yet been much released in the way of technical details, though from what we understand, this iteration keeps the frame and 134-horsepower drivetrain of its track-friendly sibling, but trades in the front fairing for something a little more minimalistic. It also adds a set of wide upright handlebars and a two-up seat. The throttle map has been tampered with in an effort to extend the range from the 11.7-kWh battery pack and make all that power a bit more manageable.
While the Ego may be found in select dealerships in 2015 – the first in the US has been named as Newport Italian in Newport Beach, CA – Eva may only make her retail appearance in 2016 and is expected to wear a price tag slightly more modest than the $34,000 ask of its stablemate. We'll certainly be seeing more of this urban-friendly machine over the coming months, but for now we'll have to content ourselves with the handful of shots in our gallery.