According to the company, the Livewire "blends the company's styling heritage with the latest technology to deliver a new expression of the signature Harley-Davidson look, sound and feel." It promises quick acceleration and, intriguingly, "an unmistakable new sound."The Live Wire is powered by 3-phase AC electric induction motor, which produces 74 hp (55 k W) and 8000 rpm. The bike maxes out at 92 mph (148 km/h) and accelerates from 0-60 mph (100 km/h) in 4 seconds.
A full recharge takes around 3.5 hours and its average range so far has been 53 miles (85 km).
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Today, it has done just that by unveiling Project Live Wire, its first ever-electric motorbike.
The idea of an electric Harley was publicly floated by the company's COO Matthew Levatich speaking at its 110-year anniversary celebration in Milwaukee last year. whether there will be an electric Harley," said Levatich. Our engineers are quite intrigued with the idea of what an electric Harley would look like, sound like and feel like.