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The Harley Davidson LiveWire will hit the roads soon and the company announces free charging for the model's customers.
Harley Davidson has recently revealed its first-ever electric motorcycle model LiveWire. The Harley Davidson LiveWire will hit the roads soon and the company announces free charging for the model's customers.
The free charging facility will be available for two years in participating dealerships across the US. The company also revealed that Harley Davidson LiveWire customers will get 500 kWh charging services at Electrify America stations. The motorcycle will be priced at $29,799.
Harley Davidson also reveals in the release that this motorcycle will be available in 2019 through selected dealerships in the US, Canada and major European countries. The availability will be expanded in 2020 and 2021 to other global markets.
This all-new electric motorcycle carries a premium look, signature Harley Davidson cruise appearance and a lot of new features. The company claims that the motorcycle is capable of rapid acceleration thanks to its immediate torque generating H-D Revelation all-electric powertrain.
In a release the company said that the bike has been built on an aluminium frame and equipped with premium adjustable suspension components, the motorcycle comes with an optimized centre of gravity. This motorcycle claims to have a range of 235 km on a fully charged battery.
Harley Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle can go from 0 to 100 kmph in 3 seconds and it takes 1.9 seconds to reach 100-129 kmph. To charge the high-voltage battery fully, the motorcycle needs 60 minutes using DC Fast Charging (DCFC), while 0-80 per cent of the battery gets charged in just 40 minutes.
The LiveWire gets premium high-performance, fully-adjustable Showa BFRC mono-shock rear suspension, Showa SFF-BP front suspension, dual 300 mm Brembo monoblock front brakes, as the company claims.
It runs on 120 mm front and 180 mm rear wheels wrapped with high-performance H-D/Michelin Scorcher Sport tyres.
Other features of the motorcycle include Cornering Enhanced Traction Control System, ABS, Drag-Torque Slip Control System, a 4.3-inch colour TFT touchscreen, Daymaker LED headlamp, etc.
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