2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire. Here’s the Final Version

Yes, it’s electric! And now you can actually buy one

Harley-Davidson unveiled the LiveWire motorcycle in its final shape and announced that the pre-orders will start in January. More than that, we have some interesting specs about this bike.

Unfortunately, we didn’t get the most important things when it comes to an electric motorcycle - range, power and price. But we can still spot the Brembo monoblock front brake calipers and the fully adjustable Showa suspension system. So it seems that the LiveWire will be a performance motorcycle. 

It features ABS and Traction Control and seven rider modes. So having in mind this electronic package and those brakes and suspension system, we might say that it will come with enough power to offer an exciting ride. 

The new Harley-Davidson LiveWire features the so-called twist and go system: no clutch, no gears to run through. All you have to do is to twist the throttle and ride. 

We just had a first look at the new Harley-Davidson LiveWire in Milan, at the EICMA. Here’s the walkaround video and some informations about this all-new bike. 

The LiveWire won’t be the only electric Harley-Davidson. The American manufacturer plans to introduce a whole range of electric bikes in the future. 

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