Harley-Davidson LiveWire top highlights.
The LiveWire unmistakably has execution at the top of the priority list as it’s fitted with
- A color touch screen TFT display (thin-film-transistor, a type of liquid-crystal display noted for high image quality and contrast) located above the handlebar offers the rider a wide range of information on a screen that’s bright and easy to read.
- The LiveWire motorcycle is also equipped with a small 12-volt lithium-ion battery that powers the lights, controls, horn and instrument display. Charging can be completed using the on-board Level 1 charger that plugs into a standard household outlet with a power cord that stores below the motorcycle seat.
- The bodywork, finished utilizing advanced paint technology to give the look of anodized metal, flows from a battery cover through to a high, wasp-like contoured tail section, with a rear fender that hugs the wheel so tightly that it almost disappears from sight.
- LiveWire is fitted with Brembo Monoblock front brake calipers gripping dual 300 mm-diameter discs to deliver outstanding power with a crisp feel for confident braking performance. Confidence when riding is boosted with cornering-enhanced Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and Traction Control System (TCS).
- The LiveWire motorcycle is powered by a permanent magnet electric motor that produces instant torque the moment that throttle is twisted– which results in incredible acceleration performance for a thrilling ride.
Notwithstanding for a major brand like Harley-Davidson, there will be difficulties in inspiring individuals to become tied up with electric vehicles.
Harley won’t be drawn on cost right now. There are plans for less expensive motorcycles in the long haul however with four more electric cruisers by 2022 that will fill in whatever is left of the range.
No word from Harley on range, power or cost yet they have guaranteed that it will accompany all the most recent rider helps and that it will be sufficiently intense for you to require them. What we do know is the LiveWire highlights a Rechargeable Energy Storage System made out of lithium-particle cells, which lives in a cast-aluminum case, fixed with cooling balances.
Source : Harley Davidson