Harley-Davidson unveiled the LiveWire, it’s first electric motorcycle, back in 2019, and since then LiveWire has become a standalone EV bike brand for the Milwaukee-based company. And now, it’s revealed its second bike: the Del Mar.
The Del Mar is a smaller, middleweight motorcycle compared with the full-size LiveWire One. The Del Mar is built on the brand’s new Arrow platform, where the battery, electronics, and motor are combined in a single unit. It sports an 80 hp motor and, with 440 lbs (220 kg) of weight, will get to 100 km/h in around 3.5 seconds. Built more like a flat-tracker, the Del Mar rides on 19-inch Dunlop tires and sports a more aggressive riding stance.
LiveWire says the Del Mar will have a range of around 100 miles (160 km) and is limited to Level 1 or Level 2 charging. It will also be considerably cheaper than the LiveWire One, which starts at a whopping $37,250 here in Canada; while no Canadian prices have yet been revealed, the Del Mar will start at US$15,000 in the US. LiveWire has already announced it’s working on a third model for its lineup.
Interested in buying one? Sorry, the first 100 Launch Edition models have already been sold, but you can join a wait list for upcoming models here.