American firm LiveWire, the all-electric sub-brand of motorbike giant Harley-Davidson, has previewed its new electric motorbike in a short teaser video.
The new model, which is set to be named the Del Mar, will be launched next week and joins the firm’s LiveWire One as a new electric offering.
LiveWire became Harley-Davidson’s standalone electric motorcycle brand last year and is responsible for the firm’s future line-up of electrified models.
The motorbike manufacturer has now hinted at its forthcoming model in a short teaser video, with the rear of the new Del Mar being shown.
Launching next week the Del Mar, as it is tipped to be named, is likely to be a cheaper alternative to the flagship LiveWire One, which starts from £17,533 ($21,999).
Information regarding the bike's battery, power and range is still unknown but we expect it to be less than the LiveWire One, which has up to 146 miles of range and 75kW.
LiveWire predicts 101,000 electric motorbike sales by 2026. Last year LiveWire sold 387 electric motorbikes.
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