LiveWire, the corporate spun out of Harley-Davidson’s electrical division, has introduced the specs of its S2 Del Mar e-motorcycle. The upcoming bike, which we already knew would value $15,499, can go from zero to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds, has a high pace of 103 mph and 84 horsepower (63 kW).
The corporate introduced preliminary S2 Del Mar specs earlier this yr, however the official particulars barely surpass some expectations. For instance, LiveWire had mentioned the bike would have a 110-mile metropolis vary, but it surely’s now rated for 113 miles of city using on a single cost. Its 3.0-second acceleration from zero to 60 mph is barely quicker than the initially marketed 3.1 seconds. As well as, its beforehand acknowledged 184-pound-foot torque ranking is now 194 ft-lb.
Then again, the S2 Del Mar is a bit heavier than anticipated: It’s now listed as 436 lbs in operating order, versus the 431 lbs LiveWire introduced in April. Degree 2 charging (for juicing its battery from 20 % to 80 %) is now listed at 78 minutes vs. the preliminary 75 minutes. The bike nonetheless doesn’t help quick charging and is proscribed to Degree 1 and Degree 2 capabilities. In fact, the S2 Del Mar is constructed as extra of a commuter motorbike than one thing you’d depend on for lengthy distances: It’s solely rated for 43 miles of sustained freeway driving at 70 mph and a mixed (freeway / metropolis) 70-mph vary of 62 miles. If you happen to drop it right down to 55mph, it’s rated for 70 miles on the freeway and 86 miles mixed.
The bike helps OTA updates. “Now your motorbike can obtain updates and enhancements as we develop them — holding issues simple, and holding you using,” the corporate’s web site states. The bike has a four-inch spherical display screen, connects to telephones via USB-C and helps app-based navigation.
The S2 Del Mar nonetheless has the beforehand marketed $15,499 MSRP. Though we don’t but know its launch date, LiveWire earlier focused a July US launch; with specs in hand, maybe its official arrival isn’t far behind.