Harley-Davidson had revealed the Project Livewire concept back in 2014. Now, based on that bike comes the Livewire, the manufacturer’s first electric production-ready motorcycle. The Livewire looks strikingly similar to the concept although with an aggressive headlamp cowl, redesigned fuel tank, seats and rear section. It uses a steel trellis frame and cast aluminum swing arm and rides on inverted front forks and a rear monoshock sourced from Showa. Meanwhile, braking power on both ends comes from Brembo. The bike sports a full-colour TFT instrument cluster that is Bluetooth enabled for calls, music and navigation. It even displays motorcycle diagnostics along with basic information.
However, Harley-Davidson has not revealed details about the power or range of the motorcycle. But what we do know is that the bike can be charged via a port in its fuel-tank which is in place of the fuel filler cap. The Livewire is expected to go on sale in global markets later next year. We can expect Harley-Davidson to launch the electric motorcycle in India a few months after its global launch. ANd be sure to check TOP 10 fastest motorcycles