Harley-Davidson made a lot of noise developing electric motors while looking for a fresh life breath, and his future depends on the success of the upcoming Harley-Davidson Livewire. The good news is that the production version looks just as good as the concept. The bad news is that they have not revealed anything yet.
Harley made his debut at the EICMA motorcycle show in Italy with the production-ready bike, showing exactly what we saw with the 2014 concept.
New here is the confirmation of 300 mm front rotors in combination with Brembo calipers. The Livewire will also feature seven riding modes with adjustable Showa suspension, a longtime Harley supplier that also supplies the high-end motorcycles of Japanese companies, Roadshow notes.
The company also plans to offer Tier 2 chargers at dealerships selling its e-bikes. The Livewire will offer a full range of electric vehicles by 2022, which will go on sale in 2019.
We do not have any performance data or pricing information yet, but orders start in January.