The Harley-Davidson LiveWire is part of Harley's plan to have a whole crew of bikers with electric motors on the road by 2022 and to tie in two million new riders by 2027. Harley-Davidson's first steps in the electric field were already in 2014, but finally, see the production model of the LiveWire
The motorcycle will only come with the specifications in January, but Harley already lets you know that you have access to 7 driving modes, ABS, traction control, 17-inch wheels, fully adjustable Showa suspension, and Michelin sports tires. Besides gadgets like Bluetooth and music / GPS via the touchscreen infotainment system.
In order to compensate for the lack of noise, Harley-Davidson uses the gear set between the engine and the drive belt. It is designed in such a way that it produces a tone that becomes louder as the speed increases. Designed at Harley-Davidson’s Product Development Center in Wisconsin and built at Harley-Davidson’s state of the art manufacturing facility in York, PA.
It seems like the electricity soon will overthrow everything on her way until all the transports across the world will be made with electric vehicles and much more than that. More information about LiveWire will be probably shared by the company in January this year.