Harley-Davidson electric bikes all set to roll out in the next decade

Yes, you heard that absolutely right! Renowned American motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson that is well known for leisure biking is all set to launch its range of electric bikes over the next decade. The company had unveiled its eco-friendly project Livewire back in the year 2014 that is currently under development stages. The upcoming Harley Davidson electric bikes will be a part of as many as 100 motorcycles that the company has planned for the coming decade.

If some reports are to be believed, these eco-friendly Harley bikes will be positioned under a sub brand instead of being directly retailed under the parent company. Coming back to the Harley-Davidson Project LiveWire, the company had claimed that this electric motorcycle matches the Iron 883 in terms of performance.

The reason behind is the 7 kWh battery pack that helps in developing a maximum power output of 74 bhp along with a peak torque of 70 Nm. With this, the motorcycle has the capacity to cover a distance of 85 kms under a single full charge. Also Read: Kolkata Police adds five customised Harley Davidson Street 750s to its fleet

With the introduction of new electric bikes, it is likely that the performance numbers on those will improve. Also, some reports suggest that the upcoming Harley Davidson electric bikes will come based on the brand’s philosophy. So, expect the new eco-friendly machines to come with the same character as that of the conventional Harleys. Also Read: Lowering tariffs on Harley-Davidson bikes might attract more foreign investment in India 

Stay tuned for more updates on the latest auto news and happenings from the two-wheeler space!

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