Harley-Davidson is embracing the latest technology with a concept electric motorcycle dubbed the Harley-Davidson LiveWire.
The LiveWire concept bike maintains all the big and bold design features that are Harley-Davidson’s signature while using electricity as a power source.
LiveWire will reportedly have a 74-horsepower electric motor that will churn out 52-pound-feet of torque and push the bike to a top speed of 92 miles per hour. The battery pack will carry a 3.5 hour recharge time and can go 53 miles on a full charge.
Harley-Davidson started taking the LiveWire out on tour on June 24 in the United State and Europe so bikers could test drive the concept and give feedback. Harley-Davidson plans to take the bike to more than 30 U.S. cities including Boston, New York, and Philadelphia.
There is no word on whether Harley-Davidson plans on mass producing the LiveWire down the road.