The US-based Motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson revealed its first-all electric two-wheeler LiveWire earlier this year at the CES 2019. Harley-Davidson started taking pre-orders after the release and the company said the deliveries will begin from the fall.
Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire can sprint from 0 to 60 mph (0-100 kmph) in under 3.5 seconds and because it is electric-powered, it requires no clutch and no gear shifting, making it much simpler for new riders to ride the Harley-Davidson.
The company says that the LiveWire has a range of 142 miles (225 kilometers) in a single charge and it is equipped with a telematics system called H-D Connect, which feeds data about the bike’s operations, including battery charging, service reminders, and possibly tampering, to the owner via Harley’s connected app.
The company says that LiveWire is designed to produce “a new signature Harley-Davidson sound as it accelerates.” so the riders will never miss the iconic sound of the Harley-Davidson bikes.
LiveWire will start at $29,799, it will be available from August 2019, and it will be available in three colors (Orange Fuse, Yellow Fuse, and Vivid Black).