The concept of an electric Harley was first announced in 2014, and at the time, it was called "the most drastic shift in the brand's 111-year history." Released in 2019, the LiveWire was designed for a new type of customer than their classic V-twin powered motorcycle enthusiasts.
Back then, the company had a hard time marketing the bike to younger motorcycle riders. Part of the problem was the pricing, which at $29,799 placed LiveWire on the high end of the motorcycle market. Now, following this year's earlier announcement of its new dedicated all-electric brand, Harley introduced another electric bike to address the problem.
While this second bike doesn't look like it has received many modifications (aside from the rebranding, renaming), there's one big change that the LiveWire One comes with. From almost 30K, the bike's cost will start at $21,999 before any applicable tax credits.
Harley hasn't revealed too many details about its performance, but we do know that the LiveWire One still comes with the same 146 miles (235 km) city range as the original, and it will be equipped with a 6-axis IMU and advanced rider systems. The bike will also feature DC fast charging that will fill it up with electric power from 0-100% in just one hour or 0-80% in 45 minutes.