The LiveWire S2 Del Mar Electric Motorcycle Can Reach 103 MPH

Check out the Harley Davidson spinoff LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle

Specifications for the highly anticipated LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle have finally been revealed, and it looks to be way more versatile than the previous One model. Able to hit a top speed of 103 mph, the motorcycle can blaze from zero to sixty in only three seconds.

The LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle features an electric motor that produces 84 horsepower and 194 ft lbs of torque. LiveWire claims the motorcycle has a 113 mile range in the city and 43 miles on the freeway with a combined range of 62 miles.

Although the bike isn’t compatible with rapid charging, Level 2 charging may be used to charge the battery from 20 to 80 percent capacity in 78 minutes. Then, it can go from there to full capacity in 142 minutes. At Level 1 charging, the battery can go from 20 to 80 in under six hours.

S2 Del Mar Electric Motorcycle

Packed with a ton of technology, there are five ride modes to choose from. One allows the user to fully tune the bike’s power output, throttle response, regeneration on deceleration, traction control, and ABS. The Del Mar also has lean-angle-sensitive ABS and traction control thanks to its six-axis inertial measurement unit.

The four-inch circular TFT display can be used for navigation, tire pressure monitoring, and scheduled maintenance tracking. It pairs via Bluetooth with the LiveWire Connect app on a phone. Over-the-air software upgrades are also provided for the Del Mar.

Priced at $15,499, the LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle is scheduled for release later this year and is now available for reservation on the LiveWire website.

LiveWire S2 Del Mar

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