Fully adjustable Showa suspension, Brembo monoblock brake calipers, seven riding modes, a single-speed transmission and, most importantly, an all-electric powerplant. These depictions don't exactly characterize a traditional Harley-Davidson motorcycle. However it will soon be as Harley-Davidson starts a new chapter of its history with the introduction of its all-electric motorcycle, the .
The original LiveWire concept was introduced in 2014, and the production version will arrive next year. Preorders will commence in January.
In fact, this is only the beginning. Harley-Davidson says it's planning to release a full portfolio of electric motorcycles by 2022.
Harley-Davidson's foray into electric bikes is indeed a bold move. The question for you all is, do you think the LiveWire and future Harley-Davidson electric motorcycles will help the long-term future of the company? After all, Harley-Davidson hasn't been in the best financial health as of late.
So, we put it to you: Is this the right move for Harley-Davidson? What do you think of the LiveWire? Would you consider spending your own money on one of these?
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