Harley-Davidson President Matt Levtich said the company’s high-tech LiveWire motorcycle won’t be released for several years.
Levtich didn’t provide an exact year for the release, but did say that barring a setback, the battery-powered motorcycle should be made available before 2020. Before it releases the new machine, the company wants to improve the motorcycle’s battery range to at least 100 miles. Levtich said because it has a strong hold on the U.S. market share for traditional motorcycles, Harley Davidson it isn’t too concerned that other companies in the electric motorcycle market might get a head start.
Harley’s Most Innovative Bike in Years Isn’t Coming Out Soon
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