Expected Launch Date: Oct 2019
Harley-Davidson Livewire Overview
Harley Davidson unveiled a few specs of its electric motorcycle LiveWire in 2019 at CES, Las Vegas. As the whole automobile world is riding electric, Harley-Davidson will be participating in the race as well. The Harley Davidson Livewire will be their first ever electric product. It will resemble a V-Rod or the Diavel, the reason being its muscle bike structure. The motorcycle will boast of an electric motor and the cycle parts will make it a beast in terms of performance. There will be a permanent magnet motor, which is believed to generate a peak torque. Harley claims a range of 177 km for the electric motorcycle and the acceleration time from 0 to 100 kmph of 3.5 seconds. The chassis of the motorcycle will be built with aluminium. The evident front forks in the front will be shaped upside down and a fully adjustable monoshock absorber at the back will be rendered by Showa. The twin discs brakes present in the front and rear will be firmly gripped by monoblock callipers.
The instrument cluster will be in LED, along with a fully digital suite. Safety measures like anti-lock braking system, traction control and seven riding modes will be offered with this beauty, out of which three can be customised by the rider itself. Bluetooth and satellite navigation will be duly offered with it. The Harley Davidson Livewire is a crucial model for the brand as it will kickstart the electric motorcycle portfolio worldwide. It will be launching in the Indian automobile market post a few months to its global commencement.
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