LiveWire Del Mar is Harley-Davidson’s second electric bike

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LiveWire is now its own electric motorcycle sub-brand under Harley-Davidson, and the company has just launched an all-new bike. It’s called the LiveWire Del Mar.

A new and distinct model of the LiveWire One (formerly known as the Harley-Davidson LiveWire), details are scarce on the ground at launch. The company’s website claims the Del Mar will have 80 horsepower “or more”. It’s estimated to have a driving range of 100 miles in the city – expect that figure to be lower if you’re driving on the highway. A 0-60 mph time of just 3.5 seconds “or better” is promised. In addition, the company is aiming for a curb weight of 435 pounds.

LiveWire Del Mar

Charging details are limited, but LiveWire says it supports Level 1 or Level 2 charging. Initially, a Del Mar Launch Edition will be sold, but only 100 of these are available and all have already been pre-ordered. You can get on a waiting list for the Launch Edition, or you can queue for a regular production version of the Del Mar.

The price is still an open question.

We’ve asked LiveWire to give us more details and any technical specs you might want to know, and we’ll update this story when they’re provided to us.

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