From 0 to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds: Electric Harley-Davidson LiveWire Costs $29,799

Harley-Davidson launched preorders for the brand’s first ever electric motorcycle – the 2020 LiveWire. They have also revealed the price for their brand-new model: $29,799.

Given the fact the LiveWire comes with a range of 110 miles per charge, it will basically cost $270.0 per mile to ride it. The bike will hit the dealers this fall and many motorcycle enthusiasts are excited about it.

The sport cruiser is allegedly able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3.5 seconds. In fact, it can accelerate to any speed at any given moment.

Harley-Davidson has released a promo video for the “motorcycle of the future”, highlighting its most remarkable features.

Check out the video!

Along with the new LiveWire info, the iconic Milwaukee motorcycle maker revealed images of two concept vehicles they have been working on at the moment. Just like the LiveWire, the new concepts are also aimed at so called “urban mobility”.

One of them resembles a scooter and the other an electric sort of a mountain bike.

What do you think about Harley’s new production line? Would you take the LiveWire out for a ride? How about the concept bikes? Let us know in the comments below!