Harley Davidson LiveWire that is a production-ready iteration of the Project LiveWire has been rolled out in front of the global audience at the Harley museum. In its market-ready guise, the first electric bike from noted American motorcycle maker is carrying forward only 1% per cent of the design showcased as a concept in 2014.
The New Harley LiveWire is slated to launch sometimes in 2019 as a tribute of brand completing 115 years of the anniversary celebration. The LiveWire is sketched at the Harley Davidson Production Development Centre in Wisconsin and moulded into finished product at the company’s York facility in Pennsylvania. Based on a steel trellis frame, it is a zero-emission bike powered by electric motors.
Other than this, to take care the ride of yours, the LiveWire is fitted with equipment like swingarm, belt drive, Brembo callipers, rear set foot pegs and Showa suspension comprising inverted front forks and rear monoshock. Moreover, to keep your smartphone awake all the time, the feature of the USB charging port is being provided under the seat that connects to a wall socket through the fuel tank.