Harley-Davidson About to Go Fully Electric?

CalenderPublished at January 19, 2023 by BikeJunction
Harley-Davidson About to Go Fully Electric?

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.

The conventional image of a Harley Davidson is a long, low, massive V-Twin-powered cruiser. The company's foundation is still anchored in large-capacity, air-cooled V-Twin cruisers even if more diverse models like the new Nightster, Sportster S, and Pan America 1250 have just been added to its lineup.

Given the CEO's statement 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.

Harley Davidson presently sells its e-bikes under the LiveWire sub-brand. Its current lineup includes the One and the anticipated S2 Del Mar, which will be available in the coming months. More products will be added to this lineup in the near future, such as the S3 series of lighter, more approachable e-bikes created in collaboration with KYMCO. They will also unveil the S4 line of bigger electric bikes, which are said to imitate the iconic cruiser designs of Harley-Davidson.



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