Prototype model shown. Production model features will vary. Not yet available for sale.
The LiveWire™ motorcycle to be available in select dealerships through North America and Western Europe in the fall of 2019. Select additional markets will follow.
The high-voltage battery, or RESS, provides an estimated 110 miles of range, measured using the MIC urban-use cycle.
Riding range estimates based on current SAE testing of LiveWire concept motorcycle. Actual riding range will vary based on several factors including weather and driving conditions.
The LiveWire™ can be charged at any compatible charging station, or with its on-board charger and a standard household outlet.
The LiveWire™ can be charged at any compatible charging station using any market specific DC Fast Charge station
It is a technology that provides cellular connectivity that can link a LiveWire™ owner with their motorcycle through their smart phone using the latest version of the Harley‑Davidson™ App.
H-D™ Connect allows owners to connect remotely to their LiveWire™ motorcycle and allows for viewing of key vehicle health information such as battery charge status. It will also send you security alerts if your bike has been bumped, tampered with or moved. GPS-enabled stolen vehicle tracking provides peace of mind. H‑D™ Connect also tells you the location of your parked motorcycle on a map, sends you automated reminders about upcoming vehicle service and a charge station locator.
H-D™ Connect will be free for the first year. After that, there will be a subscription fee.
Without the subscription that is required to maintain a cellular service, owners will not be able to take advantage of any of the remote status and security features.
Cellular service is required for the H‑D™ Connect Service related capabilities to function. Generally, H‑D™ Connect will continue to function in areas with lower cellular service quality coverage such as 3G areas.
Vehicle usage data (anonymized where required) will be collected to improve overall vehicle quality and the rider’s experience. Riders will be able to opt out of the service. Detailed data collection and privacy information will be available at the time of service launch.