Harley-Davidson plans to sell its LiveWire electric motorcycle for the first time in 2026. Even the motorcycle manufacturer from the United States is targeting sales of its first electric motorcycle to reach 190,000 units by 2030.
Harley-Davidson is ready to mass-produce its first electric motorcycle. Reportedly HD LiveWire will be produced at the factory in York, Pennsylvania and Pilgrim Road, Menomenee Falls of Wisconsin.
Harley-Davidson itself projects substantial revenue growth from this LiveWire sale. The company hopes that by 2030, revenue from sales of LiveWire will reach around $3 billion.
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The company plans to make a lightweight electric motorcycle called the LiveWire S3, to complement the LiveWire S1 and LiveWire S2 model lineup. In the development of LiveWire S3, HD will work closely with Kymco. Through this partnership, HD aims to expand its global market expansion, particularly in Asia and Europe.
Not only that, Harley-Davidson is also reportedly working on a mid-range pure electric motorcycle that will be named LiveWire Del Mar. This electric motorcycle is built on the architecture of Harley-Davidson and the architecture of Arrow.
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The Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle project is getting a lot of buzz and the company seems ready to mass-produce its first electric motorcycle. It will be the most awaited premium electric motorcycle worldwide.
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