- Harley Davidson LiveWire One electric motorcycle launched in the US
- Priced at USD 21,999
- India launch details unknown
Harley-Davidson has launched its electric motorcycle, the LiveWire One in the US. The e-bike can be purchased through the LiveWire website and twelve incoming dealerships in California, New York and Texas with additional locations planned for winter. The company is all set to debut its LiveWire One at IMS North California on 18 July, 2021, with demo rides. The American brand has also planned an experience gallery that is scheduled to open by winter of 2021.
The LiveWire One is a futuristic-looking electric motorcycle. It comes with features like all LED lights, haptic feedback, cornering traction control (C-TCS), preset modes (Sport, Road, Range, Rain), custom mode, a six-axis IMU, cornering ABS (C-ABS), drag-torque-slip control and connected technology. The e-bike comes with three settings for the haptic feedback that gives vibration to the rider to enhance the riding experience.
The electric motorcycle is powered by a lithium-ion battery that delivers a city range of 235km. The electric motor provided by Harley-Davidson churns out 105bhp of power and 117Nm of torque. The e-bike goes from 0-96kmph in three seconds and can hit a top speed of 117kmph.
The LiveWire One is available in two colour options: Horizon White and Liquid Black and is priced at USD 21,999 which converts to Rs 16.38 lakh. While the company has launched the e-bike in the US, it will be made available in other international markets by 2022. However, there's no word from the brand regarding its India launch.