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Harley-Davidson is finally bringing its long-teased LiveWire electric motorcycle to production. This is the future of Harley, but is it good enough for its $29,799 price tag?
The LiveWire looks like no other motorcycle out there, which is good, because it's unlike any other motorcycle on the road.
It covers the per-minute equivalent of 500 kWh over those two years, ending when either criteria is met.
It goes on sale Aug. 1 and will cost $99.99 before tax.
The company also built a full-size Fat Boy out of bricks to commemorate its new offering.
Plus: Harley-Davidson will build small bikes in China and Acura's doing Pikes Peak in a big way.
It appears that the bikes will be specifically for the Asian market.
Harley's entry-level Street 500 cruiser features a Revolution X engine and optional ABS.
America's fabled motorcycle brand is said to be looking to expand into new world markets with a low-cost bike.
These patent drawings could be a sign that the Big Four are finally ready to blow up the electric motorcycle segment.
Sublime suburban chariot
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.