2020 Harley-Davidson Pan America - 145 hp. The Secrets Revealed
Walkaround | Can it keep it up with the BMW R1250GS?
Harley-Davidson brought the Pan America prototype to the EICMA this year and informed the media about the 1250 cc 60-degrees twin power output: it will develop 145 horsepower. That’s more than a big GS, but less than a KTM.
Still, when talking about motorcycles, it’s not just about power. And since Harley-Davidson didn’t come up with details about the Pan America, we got closer to the bike for an in-depth look. There are some interesting things we observed, starting with the suspension - the Pan America will feature semi-active suspensions (probably Showa).
The liquid-cooled engine is a stressed member of the frame, and there’s a removable sub-frame over there - just as any honorable adventure motorcycle.
But this is not all, and we invite you to watch the video below, where we’re discussing all these characteristics of the Harley-Davidson Pan America.
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