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Harley Davidson Reveals Arrow Platform

Harley Davidson’s New Platform To Three New EVs

Harley-Davidson is working on a new electric vehicle platform called Arrow that will join the LiveWire One and be utilised on a variety of bikes with different performance, range, and style. The news follows Harley-announcement Davidson’s of a collaboration with Taiwanese manufacturer KYMCO under LiveWire, the company’s electric motorbike branch. LiveWire showed off future EV vehicles in a separate presentation to investors, and up to three of them will be based on the new Arrow platform. The S2, S3, and S4 models will be a variety of entry-level lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight EVs, and all three motorcycles will share the same scalable modular architecture, with varying battery sizes and performance capacity.

Harley Davidson Reveals Arrow Platform

The Arrow platform is a modular design with a monocoque frame and a central battery pack. A steering head stock is positioned at the front, allowing variable head angles and wheelbases to be achieved by just altering that single component. Different swingarms and motors can be fastened to the central monocoque at the back, allowing for a variety of variants with differing performance and range. (Tramadol) There will be 50 V, 100 V, 350 V, and 400+ V models, which can be air-cooled or liquid-cooled, according to the company’s investor paperwork.

LiveWire is a separate brand from Harley-Davidson that specialises on electric vehicles. The first LiveWire electric Harley-Davidson motorbike has been dubbed the LiveWire One, and the S2, rumoured to be called Del Mar, will most likely be the second electric motorcycle. The S2 will be expanded to include a series of middleweight machines, and the S3, which will be based on a scaled-down version of the Arrow architecture, will follow later. The Arrow-based cars will be the consequence of the recently announced partnership with KYMCO.

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