There’s a massive price cut compared to the original.
Harley-Davidson has spun out LiveWire as a standalone electric motorcycle brand with the launch of LiveWire ONE, with prices in America starting at $21,999. Compared to the original LiveWire that debuted in 2018, there’s a price cut of nearly $8,000! The LiveWire ONE is more about the new standalone brand rather than the motorcycle itself, which is why the ONE looks pretty much the same as the original one.
Besides the new branding, there’s nothing much to talk about the LiveWire ONE. Don’t get me wrong, the ONE looks great, the design is probably good for another 2-3 years. The motorcycle is available in two paint schemes: Liquid Black and Horizon White. Features list includes cast aluminum frame, Showa fully adjustable front & rear suspension, four riding modes (Sport, Road, Range and Rain), a custom mode (for power, throttle, and regenerative braking), Bluetooth connectivity, 6-axis IMU and so on.
The motor develops 75 kW (102 metric hp) and 114 Nm (84 lb-ft) of torque; compared to the original specification, there’s 4 metric hp and 2 Nm less. The 15.4 kWh battery pack is claimed to deliver a range of up to 235 km (146 mi) in the city. With DC fast charging, the battery pack is claimed to get to 100% in about 60 minutes.