Press Release

Introducing LiveWire ONE™, the first product from the all-electric LiveWire™ brand

Harley-Davidson, Inc. presents the evolution of LiveWire as a standalone brand and the introduction of LiveWire ONE – the electric motorcycle built for the urban experience, with the power and range to take you beyond.

Jochen Zeitz, Chairman, President and CEO of Harley-Davidson:

“As part of The Hardwire Strategy, we made a commitment that Harley-Davidson would lead in electric. We recognized the pioneering spirit and brand value in LiveWire for our community and took the decision to evolve the original LiveWire motorcycle into a dedicated EV brand. Today’s LiveWire ONE builds on the DNA of Harley-Davidson but with the electric focus and ambition of the new LiveWire brand. Harley-Davidson and LiveWire will continue to rewrite the motorcycle rulebook and we are excited about this next chapter in our legacy.”

LiveWire ONE: Launching at $21,999* and available to order at LiveWire.com, in addition to select LiveWire dealers, LiveWire ONE delivers the best experience for the urban rider, with personality and soul:

  • BIKE WITH A PULSE: Haptic heartbeat—adding a touch of humanity to electricity
  • DIGITALLY CONNECTED: Stream directions, monitor alerts, and track your recharge status
  • INSTANT ACCELERATION: Smooth power from the electric motor that can produce 100% of its rated torque instantly
  • FAST CHARGING: Recharge DC Fast Charge 0 to 100% in 60 minutes/0 to 80% in 45 minutes**
  • FAR RANGING: 146 miles of city range, capable of traveling beyond the urban grid***
  • CUSTOM MODES: Define how LiveWire ONE performs and personalize your experience
  • CONTROL: Advanced rider systems and a 6-axis IMU tracks and anticipates change

With evolved software and hardware, LiveWire ONE builds on the experience of the original LiveWire and reflects the new identity of the LiveWire brand.

LiveWire ONE will debut at IMS North California on July 18th, 2021, with demo rides and wider product experience moments.

Innovative model: LiveWire is the first OEM with a hybrid omni-channel model, combining the best of digital and physical, allowing the customer to interact with the brand on their own terms.

Retail experience: LiveWire ONE launches online at LiveWire.com and at 12 incoming LiveWire brand dealers**** in California, New York and Texas with additional locations planned for the fall.

Experience Galleries: Designed to facilitate a fully immersive brand experience, the first state-of-the-art LiveWire brand experience gallery is scheduled to open fall/winter 2021.

Online + In the App: With the focus on the digital experience, LiveWire.com takes visitors through an immersive journey from vision to product—including a new interactive bike builder, a new mobile app, and a heightened ownership experience.

LiveWire Custom™ Finance: The LiveWire Custom™ Financing Program provides ownership with options, allowing riders to experience the latest LiveWire technology, on short term leasing.

International: Launching in the USA, LiveWire ONE plans to be available in international markets from 2022. For future product news please see LiveWire.com

*Prices listed are the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for base models. Options such as color are available at additional cost. Prices for additional available models exclude tax, title, licensing, registration fees, destination charges, added accessories and additional dealer charges, if any, and are subject to change. LiveWire reimburses dealers for performing manufacturer specified pre-delivery inspection and setup tasks. Dealer prices may vary.

**Charging rate varies based on output of the charge unit and ambient/vehicle temperature.

***Range estimates are based on expected performance on a fully-charged battery and are derived from SAE J2982 Riding Range Test Procedure data on a sample motorcycle under ideal laboratory conditions. Your actual range will vary depending on your personal riding habits, road and driving conditions, ambient weather, vehicle condition and maintenance, tire pressure, vehicle configuration (parts and accessories), and vehicle loading (cargo, rider and passenger weight).

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