It appears as though cars are not the only mode of transportation that has decided to get a serious makeover, both in it’s looks and in it’s functioning.
Back in 2014, Harley-Davidson, the world’s most beloved and legendary motorcycle maker made it to the headlines when they announced their latest electric project.
This new project is best known as Project LiveWire, an all new electric motorcycle that has an impressive range of 60 miles. What’s the catch here then? It won’t be out until 2021. Well, that was then.
Battery technology has made incredible advances, and Harley Davidson has recently shared that the LiveWire will actually be going on sale two years ahead of the plan, this August, and everyone is anxiously awaiting to see the product.
From what we’ve seen already, it’s a battery powered bike that can travel as fast as 60 miles per hour. Priced at the hefty cost of $27,799, we have no doubts that it will live up to all the talk that’s built it up.