Harley-Davidson LiveWire One Will Be Offered Outside Of The USA From 2022
Harley-Davidson has created a separate LiveWire sub-brand dedicated to electric motorcycles, as we previously reported. The LiveWire One is the first bike to come out of this.
The LiveWire comes in two color schemes: black and white, and the Harley Davidson emblem has been removed. Aside from that, the bike is easily recognizable as the Harley-Davidson LiveWire, which was released in 2019, with no visual alterations.
The bike’s characteristics remain the same underneath the skin, with a liquid-cooled electric motor producing 105hp and 116Nm. The bike has numerous riding modes that may turn it from a placid city commuter to a stunningly rapid vehicle that accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in sportbike-like time.
The LiveWire One’s greater news is that it now has a considerable price reduction. The previous model had a price of 29,799USD, but it has now been cut to 21,999USD. The bike used to cost the same as top Harley Davidson models like the Ultra Limited, but today it costs the same as the entry-level Street Glide.
From 2022 onwards, the LiveWire One will be offered outside of the United States, and it is unlikely that this bike would ever make its way to India. Expect the bike to be priced considerably beyond the Rs 25 lakh mark if Harley India, which is currently owned by Hero MotoCorp, does want to import a few units.