Harley-Davidson To Go All -Electric
The electrified future affects everyone, not just a venerable company like Harley-Davidson. Harley-Davidson has begun a long-term transition to a completely electric future, but it is still a ways off, according to the company’s CEO, Jochen Zeitz.
A long, low, huge V-Twin-powered cruiser usually comes to mind when discussing Harley-Davidson. Although the firm has recently added models from a wider range of categories to its catalog, including as the new Nightster, Sportster S, and Pan America 1250, its primary business remains large-capacity, air-cooled V-Twin cruisers.
Given the CEO’s declaration that Harley-Davidson would eventually solely produce electric motorcycles, the demise of V-Twins (both air-cooled and liquid-cooled) seems all but guaranteed. But it won’t happen any time soon; this declaration describes its plans for the following several decades.
The One and the planned S2 Del Mar, which will be on sale in the future months, are the only e-bikes now offered by Harley under the LiveWire sub-brand. More models will be added to this lineup in the near future, including the S4 range of bigger e-bikes, which is rumored to imitate the design of the cruisers Harley-Davidson is so well known for, as well as the S3 series of more accessible lightweight e-bikes, created in collaboration with KYMCO.
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