LiveWire, the electric motorcycle OEM born out of Harley-Davidson, has unveiled the full specifications of its highly anticipated LiveWire S2 Del Mar model.

  • the S2 Del Mar is a stylish electric mobility designed for urban commuters. 
  • the S2 Del mar Launch Edition sold out in less than 20 minutes.

Powering the S2 Del Mar is an electric motor that delivers 84 horsepower and 194 pound-feet of torque. With a top speed of 103 miles per hour and a 0-60 mph time of just 3.0 seconds, the motorcycle offers impressive performance capabilities.

Equipped with a 10.5 kilowatt-hour battery, the LiveWire S2 Del Mar supports J1772 Type 1 charging standards. Riders can charge the bike using a standard 110V household outlet or Level Two charging stations. Charging times range from 8.4 hours for a full charge using an L1 charger, to just 2 hours and 22 minutes using an L2 public charger.

The S2 Del Mar is primarily intended for city riding, boasting a city range of 113 miles on a single charge. Highway range is estimated at 70 miles at a sustained 55 mph speed, and 43 miles at a sustained 70 mph speed. Combined range for mixed city and highway riding is projected to be 86 miles at 55 mph and 62 miles at 70 mph.

The motorcycle features a modular frame constructed from cast aluminum, along with adjustable suspension, Brembo brakes, and 19-inch cast aluminum wheels fitted with Dunlop tires. Five ride modes are available, offering various combinations of power, throttle, regen, traction control, and ABS settings.

Other notable features include a four-inch color TFT display, over-the-air software updates, smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth, and full LED lighting.

With its attractive design, impressive performance, and range, the LiveWire S2 Del Mar is poised to make an impact in the electric motorcycle market.

LiveWire, Harley’s spinoff electric brand, has announced new pricing and availability for its upcoming S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle.

  • Only 100 units of the S2 Del Mar is available for Europe. 
  • the S2 Del Mar powertrain is capable of producing 250Nm. 

The company has revealed that the S2 Del Mar’s recommended selling price will be USD15,499 (RM68.7k), which is USD1,500 (RM6.6k) less than the previous target. Deliveries for the US market are expected to start in July, and reservations can be made now for just USD100 (RM443).

The S2 Del Mar is LiveWire’s second model, with a promised city range of 170 kilometres and a 0-100 kmh time of 3.1 seconds. The electric powertrain produces 250Nm of torque.

Charging the battery from 20 to 80 percent on a Level 2 charger is said to take 75 minutes. LiveWire has also announced that reservations for the ultra-limited S2 Del Mar Launch Edition will open on April 27, with only 100 units available for the European market.

The Launch Edition models will feature unique hand-applied graphics and paint in Himalaya White that takes five days to complete.

LiveWire has not yet released the complete specifications for the S2 Del Mar, but promises to publish them in June along with a full calendar of demo opportunities and events. The company has also announced that it will be hosting a series of viewing events for the S2 Del Mar European Launch Edition at locations in London, Paris, and Amsterdam.

The S2 Del Mar is LiveWire’s most affordable model, with the LiveWire One still priced at USD22,799 (RM101k). The LiveWire One has a greater range estimated at 235km, while the S2 Del Mar is intended for city riding with a range of 170km. The production version of the S2 Del Mar will be available in blue, black, or gray and will be assembled at Harley’s Vehicle Operations plant in York, Pennsylvania.

Overall, the S2 Del Mar is expected to be a significant addition to LiveWire’s lineup, offering a more affordable and accessible option for those interested in electric motorcycles. With its promising specs and sleek design, the S2 Del Mar is sure to attract attention from riders and enthusiasts alike.

The launch of LiveWire upcoming electric motorcycle, the S2 Del Mar has been put on hold. 

The announcement were made by LiveWire president, Ryan Morrissey during the company quarterly presentation.

According to Ryan, the S2 Del Mar which originally planned to start rolling out in the first half of 2023, has been pushed to a later date. 

Also, LiveWire plans to shipped around 7,000 units of the S2 Del Mar has been adjusted downward to just 2,000 units. 

Looking back, things have been moving slower since LiveWire inception and to this day, it’s still not clear how well the bikes are selling. 

So the question is, when will the S2 Del mar eventually make its way to the public? Only time will tell but we’ll be sure to keep you updated. 

Harley-Davidson is resuming production of its motorcycles as of June 6, 2022, ending the two-week production halt.

  • the company issued a production shutdown of two weeks due to a regulatory compliance issue.
  • the temporary halt lasted a few days longer than expected.

Harley-Davidson officially shut its production line for two-weeks beginning May 19, but it lasted a few days longer than its initial plans.

Despite no official announcement from the American company, sources in Wall Street Journal claimed that the factory is back in operation.

The resumption of production is said to be happening at both Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, and York, Pennsylvania.

On May 19, 2022, Harley-Davidson stated that the company is officially suspending all motorcycles (excluding LiveWire) assembly and shipments due to supply chain issues.

Second all-electric Livewire model, the S2 Del Mar LE, revealed. Initial offering is 100-unit only special, and they’re all sold out.


Sudah tiga tahun sejak Harley-Davidson memperkenalkan motosikal elektrik sulung menerusi LiveWire.

Nama LiveWire itu kemudiannya bertukar kepada sebuah jenama motosikal elektrik dibawah Harley-Davidson dengan motosikal LiveWire tersebut dinamakan semula sebagai LiveWire One.

Tidak lama kemudian, timbul khabar angin bahawa LiveWire akan kembangkan portfolio syarikat dengan model baharu diinspirasikan daripada motosikal ‘flat-track’.

Khabar angin itu akhirnya bertukar realiti apabila LiveWire mendedahkan Del Mar, motosikal elektrik yang lebih ringan dan sesuai untuk tunggangan ‘off-road’.

Sebagai penghargaan kepada pelancaran platform baharu itu, LiveWire memperkenalkan Del Mar edisi terhad yang didatangkan dengan warna dan rim khas di samping menamakan model baharu itu sebagai Del Mar Launch Edition.

Terhad kepada 100 unit, Del Mar Launch Edition ini didatangkan dengan dua warna pilihan, Comet Indigo dan Jasper Gray dengan nombor siri turut dicat di bahagian sisi tangki.

Menariknya, 18 minit selepas pelancaran, kesemua 100 unit telah pun terjual.

Seperti yang dilaporkan sebelum ini, LiveWire Del Mar dibangunkan daripada platform S2 Arrow yang merangkumi bateeri, motor, pengecas dan sistem kawalan.

Platform tersebut juga dijangka akan mewujudkan lebih banyak model elektrik pada masa akan datang.

Menurut info, LiveWire Del Mar ini menawarkan 80hp dan berat sekitar 199kg di samping mampu mencapai jarak lebih 160km/j bagi setiap cas penuh. – CycleWorld

LiveWire is targetting an ambitious projection of 101,000 sales within the next four years despite selling only 387 units in 2021.

What began as Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, then became the American motorcycle company spin-off brand.

While the bold move garnered a lot of attention, LiveWire got off to a slow start, with just 387 units of the LiveWire One sold globally last year.

However, under the new Jochen Zeitz administration, the company is confident the target of 101,000 sales is achievable with the help of an upcoming model, the LiveWire Del Mar.

The Del Mar – built in partnership with Taiwanese scooter manufacturer Kymco – will join the LiveWire One in the next few months, along with a third model, expected to be introduced by year-end.

While LiveWire retains a modest target at the end of 2024 with just 15,736 units, the company aims to sell more than 50,000 LiveWire models by 2025, leading to 100,000 units by 2026.

As a reference, the parent company, Harley-Davidson, sold more than 200,000 motorcycles in 2021.

At this point, we are unsure whether LiveWire can materialise the sales target, but it does measure the company’s commitment to electrify the future.

LiveWire will soon expand its current range of electric motorcycles with the LiveWire Del Mar,  joining the already available LiveWire One.

Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz officially said that the first LiveWire S2 middleweight electric motorcycle would roll out in Q2 of 2022.

According to reports, the S2 will pack serious power density and feature an integrated inverter and an onboard charger.

Moreover, it will also utilize LiveWire proprietary and scalable Arrow motor architecture.

Interestingly, LiveWire will also introduce the S3 lightweight two-wheelers soon and share the same but scaled-down version of the Arrow architecture.

The LiveWire S3 will be produced in partnership with Taiwanese scooter manufacturer KYMCO.

While further details remain scarce, the S3 could also be the company first electric scooter.

However, these are just speculation, but the prospect of Harley-Davidson having an e-scooter in the company portfolio would seem preposterous a few years ago.

Nonetheless, all we know for sure is that LiveWire has partnered with KYMCO in the development of the S3 lightweight motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson telah pun mengumumkan bahawa jenama motosikal elektrik, LiveWire memasuki bursa saham dalam usaha menyuntik lebih banyak pelaburan ke dalam syarikat itu.

LiveWire akan dikenali sebagai LVW dalam bursa saham New York (NYSE).

Menariknya, langkah tersebut turut menyaksikan LiveWire telah memeterai perjanjian bersama pengeluar motosikal dan skuter Taiwan, Kymco.

Perjanjian tersebut meletakkan Kymco sebagai rakan strategik baharu LiveWire yang akan bertindak memasang dan mengedar jenama motosikal elektrik itu serata dunia.

“LiveWire merancang untuk memperhalusi industri motosikal elektrik dengan memfokuskan pasaran urban.

“LiveWire akan menggunakan DNA dari Harley-Davidson dan input dari sektor EV bagi mewujudkan sebuah jenama paling dikehendaki di dunia,” jelas Harley-Davidson dalam satu kenyataan.

Kerjasama dengan Kymco dijangka bakal membuahkan hasil positif bagi kedua-dua pihak apatah lagi Kymco turut sibuk membangunkan barisan model EV bermula dengan RevoNEX sebelum ini.

Harley-Davidson recently presents the company newest electric initiative with LiveWire as a standalone brand that now focused on building electric mobility.

LiveWire will now take on the industry with its own LiveWire One, a full-blown electric motorcycle that carried Harley-Davidson legacy into the future.

Available for pre-order via at a price of USD21,999 (RM92k), the LiveWire One offers all the latest features on a motorcycle.

Meanwhile, HD claimed that the One offers the same 105hp and 117Nm found on the 2020 LiveWire, followed by a top speed of 177km/h.

Underneath the chassis sits a 15.4kWh battery unit that offers a range of around 230km, which we think is commendable for an electric bike.

According to HD, it can charge from zero to 80 per cent in 40 minutes or 100 per cent within an hour with a DC fast charger.

Other exciting features include:

  • Show Big Piston separate function front fork
  • Showa balance free cushion-lite monoshock
  • 17″ cast-aluminium wheels
  • dual 4-piston (radial) Brembo monoblock callipers (front)
  • 2-piston single disc setup (rear)

Despite being an electric motorcycle, the bike is equipped with what Harley’s refers to as a ‘heartbeat, that sends a vibration to the rider to mimic the feel of a combustion engine. Pretty cool, eh?

LiveWire reportedly will introduce its first electric model with the name LiveWire One in July.

For those who are not in the loop, LiveWire is a spin-off electric brand from Harley-Davidson that was inspired by the company first electric motorcycle, the LiveWire (obviously).

According to reports, LiveWire has submitted the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) with the launch scheduled at July 8.

According to the VIN documents, the LiveWire One will have a power output of 101hp, 4hp less than the Harley-Davidson LiveWire.

However, the VIN filing did not reveal further details except the claimed horsepower.

Nonetheless, we are excited to see how will the LiveWire One turn out to be.

Harley-Davidson has officially launched ‘LiveWire’ as an all-electric motorcycle brand in an effort to push for electric mobility.

Interestingly, the American company has done so by naming the brand after Harley’s first electric two-wheeler, the LiveWire unveiled in 2019.

Despite announcing to create a separate electric motorcycle division last February, the decision to name it ‘LiveWire’ came as a surprise.

According to Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz, LiveWire will pioneer the future of two-wheels.

“We are seizing the opportunity to lead and define the market in EV.

“With the mission to be the most desirable electric motorcycle brand in the world, LiveWire will pioneer the future of motorcycling for the pursuit of urban adventure and beyond.

“LiveWire also plans to innovate and develop technology that will be applicable to Harley-Davidson electric motorcycles in the future,” he said.

LiveWire will reveal its first model as early as July 8 2021, at the International Motorcycle Show in Irvine, California.


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