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Liveware now has its own electric motorcycle subbrand under Harley-Davidson, and the company has just launched a brand new bike. It’s called Liveware Del Mar.
A new and separate model from Liveware One (formerly known as Harley-Davidson Liveware), details were not available at the time of launch. The company’s website claims that the Del Mar will be 80 horsepower “or more”. It is estimated to have a 100-mile city riding range – if you are riding on the highway, expect that number to be lower. A 0-60 mph time of just 3.5 seconds is promised “or better”. Also, the company is noticing a 435-pound carb weight.
Charging details are limited, but Liveware says it will support Level 1 or Level 2 charging. Initially, a Del Mar launch version will be sold, but only 100 of these are available, and they are already reserved. You can join the waiting list for the launch version, or you can line up for a regular production version of Del Mar.
Price is still an open question.
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