Harley’s first electric motorcycle can be measured: 3s or so break 100 speed up to 185km/h

What do you think of when you mention a Harley-Motorcycle? Is the wind galloping, or the figure of the brilliant, if you tell you now Harley also launched an electric car, how would you feel? In fact, as early as November 2018, Harley launched its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire. The new car can accelerate from 0 to 96km/h in just 3.5s, with a combined range of 95 miles (153 km).

At the same time, the h-D Revelation ™ electric powertrain provides a blink of an electric torque that produces 100% rated torque in the instant of throttle twisting and remains at 100% torque levels.

According tomedia reports, a driver named Sean recently personally tested LiveWire performance. The data showed that the electric motorcycle’s 0-60 mph plus time was only 3.02 seconds, with speeds of up to 115 mph (about 185km/h).

Harley's first electric motorcycle can be measured: 3s or so break 100 speed up to 185km/h

In addition, Sean developed a 55-mile test route from Lansing, Pennsylvania, to Avrel de Grasse, Connecticut. The one-charge range tested on this route is 110 miles (177 kilometers), which is longer than the official 95-mile (153-kilometer) city/road hybrid.

LiveWire’s newly designed frame is understood to provide flexible maneuvering for the power train, allowing riders to experience perfect maneuvering on city streets and a more aggressive driving experience on curved roads.

Harley's first electric motorcycle can be measured: 3s or so break 100 speed up to 185km/h