Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire S2 Del Mar Electric Motorcycle Costs $15,499

Harley-Davidson's LiveWire S2 Del Mar Electric Motorcycle Costs $15,499

Deliveries to the US should begin in July.

The S2 Del Mar, the second electric motorcycle from Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire division, now has a price and a release date. In the US, deliveries should begin in July, and reservations are currently available for $100. The price of the EV will be $15,499, which is $499 more than the previous target price. It will come in three colorways. The LiveWire One starts at $22,799, while the S2 Del Mar continues to be LiveWire’s most affordable model.

LiveWire has provided a preview of the final specifications, which it will reveal in June. The 431-pound Del Mar, according to the manufacturer, will have a 110-mile city driving range on a single charge. According to LiveWire, using a Level 2 charger should take the battery from 20 percent charged to 80 percent charged in 75 minutes (unfortunately, there is no fast charging option). The Del Mar’s powertrain is anticipated to produce 184 pound-feet of torque and have a 3.1-second zero-to-60 mph time.

LiveWire released the initial S2 Del Mar information for Europe along with pricing and availability for the US market. Only 100 of the EVs will initially be available for reservations for the S2 Del Mar European Launch Edition, which go on sale on April 27th and require a deposit of 100 euros. S2 Del Mar Launch Edition buyers will receive a special, hand-painted finish and wheel style.

Delivery of the Launch Edition to Europe is anticipated in September. Euros 20,190, 19,990, 20,390, and 18,990 are the prices in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK, respectively. The European production model’s specifics will be revealed later.

Reference: www.engadget.com

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