Harley-Davidson presented his two new concepts with the announcement of the launch of the new LiveWire electric model and its price.
These are two electrical studies, mopeds and scooters, which look similar to the renders shown last year.
The electric moped looks more like a MTB bicycle and is a combination of e-bikes and motorcycles, with a design that definitely has elements that are recognizable for Harley-Davidson (the rear and the fuel tank).
It can accommodate 2-3 kWh batteries, similar to those found in Japanese e-Bikes, and should provide autonomy of a few hours. However, a lower capacity means a shorter charging time.
An electric scooter could fool many with its appearance. The longitudinal seat and leg rests should mean seats for the driver and front passenger, while the space between the seat and the batteries can be used for storage.
The battery looks great, which should mean a solid autonomy for one daily means of transport. The front forks are inverted, but the question is whether such a solution will remain on the possible production variant.