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Harley-Davidson Introduces First Electric Motorbike

Harley-Davidson has announced Project LiveWire, the company's first electric motorbike in its long and storied 111 ...

Harley-Davidson Introduces First Electric Motorbike

Harley-Davidson has announced Project LiveWire, the company's first electric motorbike in its long and storied 111 year history. For over a century, the motorbike manufacturer has been producing models based on a formula from which they never really strayed. ProjectLive Wire is a major departure, introducing an electric bike that can go from 0 to 60 mph in 4 seconds. Production details and release dates are still unknown, but the Company is organizing a 30 day test tour where customers from different cities can ride the new bike. The company will probably expand the test ride tour to include cities in Canada and Europe next year.

 

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