Little by little Harley-Davidson is showing its new electric models, like the new Livewire that is within the current roadmap of the legendary company, which a few years ago announced a radical change of strategy, known as ‘More Roads‘, where they seek to address a new young sector of users interested in the environment.
For this reason, now they will only focus their efforts on electric vehicles, leaving behind (at least in part) their previous image and legacy of roaring gasoline engines.
After knowing and launching to the market the LiveWire, their first electric motorcycle, and after announcing their future electric scooter, still without a name and which has caused all kinds of comments due to its design, now it is time to know the first details of a new electric motorcycle, which would be located between the two extremes that we already know.
Livewire: less power, smaller battery, and a great design
Just as with the new electric scooter announced a few days ago, this new electric motorcycle comes from a document addressed to its investors, where they detail the segments they will attack in the coming years. In fact, this bike and the scooter first appeared a year ago as concept prototypes that now, after a long wait, show their pre-production design.
Initially, with the appearance of this new scooter, it was thought that it would have the design of a dirt bike, but in the end the company decided that its design would be more in line with the LiveWire, which to date has received very good comments because it really deserves them.
For this reason, we see a slightly smaller bike with its components fully exposed, such as the battery that is not hidden here as in the LiveWire. Plus a tinted LED headlamp and black Y-spoke wheels, giving it an aggressive, sporty look that is, after all, so in keeping with the Harley-Davidson philosophy.
With this new creation, we already know all the new electric vehicles that Harley expects to launch in the coming years, which are led by LiveWire, followed by this ‘Mid-power’, the electric scooter, its three electric bikes and two other new electric bikes for children.