- Harley Davidson recently announced to launch three new motorcycles
- This includes an adventure tourer, a flat tracker and a streetfighter
- Harley Davidson is now trying to engage young buyers
- The US-based brand is working in full-swing to implement its 'More Roads to Harley Davidson' strategy
A few months back, Harley Davidson filed patent for three new models with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office). These new motorcycles include an adventure tourer (Pan America 1250), a flat tracker (Custom 1250) and a streetfighter (Streetfighter 975). The new motorcycles were announced under Harley Davidson's new strategy called 'More Roads to Harley Davidson'.
The patent drawings surfaced shows a liquid-cooled V-Twin engine which is likely to power the above-mentioned motorcycles. The majority of other Harley Davidson motorcycles get propulsion from air-cooled motors and this new liquid-cooled V-Twin will also help the US-based motorcycle manufacturer to comply with the new emission norms. The Pan America and Custom 1250 will share the same 1250 cc motor while the Streetfighter will be powered by a 975 cc motor.
Harley Davidson is on a spree of updating its entire product portfolio and we all have to wait to see if the brand uses this engine to power its other models as well. The above-mentioned motorcycles will be launched by the end of 2020 and they might get introduced in India as Harley Davidson's almost entire product line-up is already available in the Indian market.
The legendary brand is now trying to engage young buyers and the 'More Roads to Harley Davidson' strategy is a step towards the same. The US-based motorcycle manufacturer is planning to make the 'Harley Davidson' brand accessible to the young buyers as well as tapping new markets and introducing fresh products. Harley Davidson has also launched its electric motorcycle called the - Live Wire in the global markets and it is working on a number of other prototypes.