LiveWire S2 Del Mar: The Electric Motorcycle That Will Make You Feel Alive

POSTED: 15/11/2023

Are you ready to experience the thrill of electric riding? If so, you might want to check out the latest offering from LiveWire, the S2 Del Mar. This sleek and agile motorcycle is designed to deliver speed, performance, and connectivity in an urban setting and beyond.

The S2 Del Mar is the second model from LiveWire, the electric motorcycle brand that was spun off from Harley-Davidson in 2021. The Del Mar is a smaller and lighter bike than the original LiveWire, weighing only 431 lb and producing 184 ft-lb of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3 seconds, making it one of the fastest electric motorcycles on the market. It also has a city range of 113 miles, which can be extended by using regenerative braking and eco-friendly ride modes.

The Del Mar is not only fast, but also smart. It features over-the-air updates, which allow the bike to receive software improvements and enhancements as they are developed by LiveWire. The bike also comes with a mobile app that lets you access key information such as weather, navigation, ride history, tire pressure, and more. You can also customize your ride by choosing from four different ride modes (Sport, Road, Range, and Rain) or creating your own.

The Del Mar is also stylish and comfortable. It has a unique 19-inch wheel and tire package that gives it a distinctive look and feel. It also has a fully adjustable suspension system from SHOWA, which provides optimal rider control and comfort. The bike is available in three color options: Nimbus Gray, Nightfall Blue, and Asphalt Black.

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