Harley Davidson's first electric motorcycle is now available for pre-order

The bike will cost you a hefty $29,799.
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Harley Davidson LiveWire

After years of previews and even a cameo in an Avengers movie, Harley Davidson's first electric motorcycle is finally entering production. This August, the LiveWire will hit dealers and will offer instant power with a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds. The bike will also feature no clutch or shift lever, regenerative brakes, H-D Connect for LTE connectivity and tamper alerts that are delivered direct to your smartphone. LiveWire will be able to travel for up to 110 miles on a single charge and it's equipped with the same charging port as today's electric cars. The company also previewed two new concepts that expand their electrification tech to an electric bike and a scooter. Both concepts can be seen in the gallery below. 

Pre-orders are available now. 

$29,799, harley-davidson.com

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