Harley-Davidson has revealed electric bicycle and electric scooter (above) concepts at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas over night.
They also revealed the price and more specifications for their LiveWire sports bike which will be available in some countries later this year and Australia late in 2020. Click here for more details.
The electric bicycle and scooter concepts were revealed in July last year as artwork when Harley announced its bold new plans for the next four years.
Those bold plans included an adventure bike and a new family of liquid-cooled models.
Now, the company has revealed working concepts models of the bicycle and scooter to “explore the potential of urban mobility and two-wheeled adoption”.
The concepts are part of the company’s planned “broad portfolio of electric two-wheelers designed to establish the company as the leader in the electrification of mobility over the next several years and inspire new riders with new ways to ride”.
There are no names nor specs for the electric bicycle and scooter as they are only prototypes.
Their electric mountain bike is similar to many ebikes coming out of Europe and China with pedal assist.
But the scooter prototype is something totally different.
It also seems to feature an LED headlight that is just a hollow ring.
It has inverted forks, no visible rear suspension, large tyres and belt drive.
There is no word on when these concepts will become production models.