Harley-Davidson LiveWire photo gallery
Oblong headlight and slim mirror mounted indicators herald Harley of the future.
Past meets an electric Harley-Davidson future in the muscular Project LiveWire bike.
LiveWire comes with a sand-finished cast-alluminium alloy frame that weighs only 7 kg.
The Project LiveWire bike sports a compact, sleek profile by Harley-Davidson standards.
Alloy wheels lightest on any Harley made today, while ABS not offered with LiveWire for now.
Instrumentation is via a colour T.F.T. screen, showing speed, charge status and riding modes.
Under-slung rear view mirrors look really smart, but only barely functional.
Switchgear very Harley-Davidson like on the Project LiveWire motorcycle.
LiveWire lacks a clutch lever, which only takes a couple of minutes to get used to.
Flat, bisected LiveWire tank feels slender and just like on any conventional bike.
You’d be forgiven for seeing a hint of Batman in the dark Project LiveWire.
Single saddle with smart red sutures graces this electrifying new Harley for now.
Look mama no gears, feels a touch strange on LiveWire, but only for a bit.
Longitudinally mounted, AC induction electric motor is oil-cooled, lithium-ion powered.
Drilled, lightened Project LiveWire rear brake lever is beautifully detailed.
Near horizontal mounted monoshock is adjustable, offered firm ride on the test bike.
Alloy swingarm brace a work of art, meets alloy frame in a standard looking pivot.
LiveWire power transferred to rear wheel via belt, keeping with Harley-Davidson tradition.
Project LiveWire bike tail comes profusely decorated with L.E.D. power.
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