LiveWire's flagship ONE electric motorcycle available in Europe, priced at £22,990
The motorcycle comes with a 5.5kWh battery delivering a 146-mile city range
LiveWire, the electric motorcycle manufacturer that was created as a spin-off from Harley-Davidson, has announced its flagship LiveWire ONE electric motorcycle is now available in Europe.
Priced at £22,990, The LiveWire ONE comes equipped with a 5.5kWh battery, which is said to deliver a range of 146 miles in the city, and a mixed range of 95 miles.
The battery can also be replenished from 0 to 80 percent in 40 minutes, and 0 to 100 percent in 60 minutes via a DC charging rate of 13kW.
To the rear is a H-D Revelation motor, which produces 104bhp and 116 Nm of torque, while its kerb weight comes in at 246 gk. As a result, the LiveWire ONE archives the 0-62mph sprint in 3.0 seconds flat, before reaching its top speed of 115mph.
The One electric motorcycle also has four different riding modes (Eco, Rain, Street and Sport). Eco mode is recommended for urban commuting, while Sport mode is ideal for fast and flowing country roads due to its increased engine braking and more reactive throttle response.
Interested buyers can make a reservation for the LiveWire ONE on the company's website, ahead of deliveries scheduled to begin from April.