Back in 2019, Harley-Davidson released LiveWire, his first electric motor. It is now planning to use the LiveWire name to install the file electric bicycle for all electric vehicles. LiveWire announced its first EV on July 8, and aired at the International Motorcycle Show a day later. Harley-Davidson didn’t give much thought to what to expect from LiveWire’s first motorcycle, but he did realize that initially it would focus more on what was designed to be used in cities.
Harley-Davidson too he spoke a bit about his distribution method for LiveWire. The company uses LiveWire display rooms, while the original is being developed in California. In addition, some Harley-Davidson retailers will carry LiveWire motorcycles, but it is unlikely that you will find them anywhere. As you can see, the two have worked together in some way. “LiveWire hopes to benefit from Harley-Davidson’s expertise, manufacturing, architecture and construction and global equipment,” said Harley-Davidson. Obviously, this is not the first time Harley-Davidson has released one of his EV projects. The company sells and sells ebikes under the brand name Table 1.
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