Harley Davidson introduces LiveWire One, their second electric bike

LiveWire One officially debuts on July 18th


Harley-Davidson is set to begin the sale of their second electric motorcycle this July. After the company came up with a separate brand LiveWire, they are trying to reduce the concerns which were raised with their first model of electric bike in 2019. The earlier model was held back by its price and some production issues.

The model LiveWire One is not only priced lower than the earlier model but also has improved specifications. It comes with a price tag of $21,999. While the earlier model had only a range of 110 city miles per charge, LiveWire One can last upto 146 city miles. The company also promises the battery to be fully charged from zero within an hour or to 80% in 45 minutes. The braking and turns are made smooth by a six axis-inertial measurement.

The official debut of the model is scheduled to be held at the Progressive IMS Outdoors Northern California on July 18th. Bookings are open now on the LiveWire website and is presently available only to people residing in California, Texas, and New York because of limited dealerships but will soon be available to more dealers.