Old Is New: LiveWire Unveils ‘One’ Electric Motorcycle


Here we have the 2022 model year LiveWire One, the first product from the electric vehicle subsidiary of Harley-Davidson, which is new but not unique, sold in the USA.

LiveWire claims that the One will have a maximum of 105 HP and 116.6 Nm of peak torque. The electric bike can do 235 km within the city on a single charge and 113 km on the highway when it comes to riding range.
It can make the 0-100 km/hr sprint in 3 seconds and reach a top speed of 177 km/hr. Its charging times are 60 minutes to go the full 100 percent from naught, or 45 minutes from 0 to 80 percent, both using a DC fast charger.

The 15.4 kWh battery pack can be fully recharged in an hour
The 2022 LiveWire One will feature custom ride modes, a 6-axis IMU, advanced rider systems and is also digitally connected, allowing the rider to stream directions, monitor alerts, and track the recharge status.
Priced at $21,999 (Rs. 16.41 lakhs) in the USA, the electric motorcycle, available to order online and select LiveWire dealers, will be available in other international markets in 2022.

It can be seen at IMS North California on 18th July 2021, where demo rides will be offered.

In addition, to facilitate a fully immersive brand experience, the firm has revealed that it will open its first brand experience gallery in fall/winter 2021.