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Breaking News harley davidson livewire electric bike drives like a tesla | Breaking News

Harley Davidson LiveWire Electric Bike Drives Like A Tesla

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harley davidson livewire electric bike drives like a tesla | Breaking News

If you ask people how transport will be today and in the future many will say; electric! Either battery powered partly fossil & electric (the hybrid), with solar panels or hydrogen? Today, Harley Davidson started to take pre-orders for the electric LiveWire, electric motorcycle.

It will not be easy to get current motor cycles drivers enthusiastic for the Harley LiveWire. First of all the dark sound the original Harley’s produce is missing. Second there is no need anymore to have tattoos or leatherjackets with emblems to make any impression.

Harley Davidson LiveWire, the new Tesla of motorbikes

Like Tesla, Harley Davidson will show people with the LiveWire that an all-electric motor cycle is even more fun to ride than the petrol version. The Harley Livewire will go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. That’s pretty fast. It will cover about 180 km’s on one charge with the current battery pack. The housing of the lithium ion cells sits between the riders knees with cast-aluminium fins which look like an air cooled engine. The heaviest parts like the engine and the battery pack are situated low to keep the bike balanced.

The Harley Davidson LiveWire; twist & go!

On the old Harley Davidson bikes is a clutch and gear to be taken care of but with the Harley Davidson LiveWire it’s just like an electric car; twist and go! Because many electric cars make ‘no sound’ the Harley Davidson LimeWire has a ‘noise’ added which warns people it’s presents. The sound increases in volume and pitch with the speed.

Shall we have a ride on the magnificent Harley Davidson LiveWire which shows that electric engines not only belong to electric cars.

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Harley Davidson LiveWire Electric Bike Drives Like A Tesla

If you ask people how transport will be today and in the future many will say; electric! Either battery powered partly fossil & electric (the hybrid), with solar panels or hydrogen? Today, Harley Davidson started to take pre-orders for the electric LiveWire, electric motorcycle. It will not be easy to get current motor cycles drivers enthusiastic for the Harley LiveWire. First of all the dark sound the original Harley’s produce is missing. Second there is no need anymore to have tattoos or leatherjackets with emblems to make any impression. Harley Davidson LiveWire, the new Tesla of motorbikes Like Tesla, Harley Davidson will show people with the LiveWire that an all-electric motor cycle is even more fun to ride than the petrol version. The Harley Livewire will go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. That’s pretty fast. It will cover about 180 km’s on one charge with the current battery pack. The housing of the lithium ion cells sits between the riders knees with cast-aluminium fins which look like an air cooled engine. The heaviest parts like the engine and the battery pack are situated low to keep the bike balanced. The Harley Davidson LiveWire; twist & go! On the old Harley Davidson bikes is a clutch and gear to be taken care of but with the Harley Davidson LiveWire it’s just like an electric car; twist and go! Because many electric cars make ‘no sound’ the Harley Davidson LimeWire has a ‘noise’ added which warns people it’s presents. The sound increases in volume and pitch with the speed. Shall we have a ride on the magnificent Harley Davidson LiveWire which shows that electric engines not only belong to electric cars . {youtube} https://www.whatsorb.com/category/transportation