Harley-Davidson removed its electrical concepts from the page of the future vehicle on the official website, the name opened the question of the fate of its electric models.
To ukljuuje i LiveWire.
The Future Vehicle page is where the American giant displays its products planned for the future. Until recently, the following models were on the site (its version for the USA): Pan America, Serial 1 electric bike, High Performance Custom and electric concept two-wheelers.
The first to be taken off the site was a Bronx street fighter. Now electric models have joined him.
The Electrical Concepts page is still active, but it has also undergone some changes. Namely, the electric scooter concept is still there, but there are no traces of the middle category concept, on the American and British versions of the site, while on the Canadian version it is still there. Although that may change in the coming days.
Given that the American version is the most authoritative, all of this suggests that Harley could give up its electrical plans. As of last month, rumors have been circulating that production of the LiveWire model will cease this year.
The Milwaukee giant commented on these events that it would not provide details about the new products before the official presentation. The company states that they are still committed to the electrification of their two-wheelers. In the announcement, LiveWire was named the best-selling electric motorcycle in the United States, which means that it could still have a future.
It remains to be seen.
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