Harley-Davidson has introduced that the primary electrical motorbike from the long-lasting American model can be introduced at this 12 months's EICMA present in Milan on November 6. The brand new electrical Harley-Davidson LiveWire would be the first Harley mannequin and not using a clutch or gearshifter, however will certainly be not the final one. Harley-Davidson intends to work on an entire vary of electrical bikes and the LiveWire would be the first in that line. The LiveWire was introduced in July 2018 as a part of the corporate's development technique, wanting to determine itself because the chief within the electrical cruiser house. Harley-Davidson is planning a spread of sunshine, nimble and fun-to-ride electrical bikes which might be anticipated to be accessible by 2022.
The Harley-Davidson LiveWire is predicted to be launched as a late-2019 mannequin, with gross sales starting by 2020. In September this 12 months, Harley-Davidson showcased the primary manufacturing mannequin of the LiveWire, a mannequin based mostly on the Challenge LiveWire idea, which Harley-Davidson unveiled way back to in 2014. The LiveWire could have a belt drive, rear set pegs, Brembo calipers and a metal trellis body, with inverted Showa forks and a monoshock rear. It is anticipated to be filled with expertise and options, together with a number of rider modes, in addition to Bluetooth connectivity through a full-colour TFT display screen instrument console.
To this point, there isn't any phrase on pricing and availability. However contemplating Harley-Davidson has chosen to disclose the LiveWire to the general public on the EICMA present, it might effectively be positioned primarily at European markets first, as an alternative of Harley-Davidson's residence market, the place Harley gross sales have been beneath stress in latest months. The LiveWire has been designed at Harley-Davidson's Product Improvement Centre in Wisconsin, and constructed on the model's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in York, Pennsylvania.