LiveWire One is the Harley-Davidson LiveWire, but cheaper

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A couple months ago, Harley-Davidson announced that LiveWire would become its own brand, not just a model in the Harley line-up. And now it’s showing the first LiveWire model, the One. It’s really just a Harley-Davidson LiveWire with one big difference: it’s quite a bit cheaper.

The LiveWire One starts at $21,999 without destination, which the company did not disclose. In comparison, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire starts at $29,799 without destination. So the One gets a nearly $8,000 discount.

Despite the price drop, the One doesn’t really lose anything except the Harley version’s orange or yellow colors – the One is only available in white or black. Otherwise you get the same 15.5-kWh battery pack that delivers around 146 miles of range in the city and 70 on the highway. It has the same electric motor making 105 horsepower and 86 pound-feet of torque. It has the same chassis and look. It still supports DC fast charging that allows for an 80% charge in 45 minutes or a 100% charge in an hour.

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So unless you really have to have those paint colors, the LiveWire One looks like it will be the best way into an electric Harley, for now … as long as you live in California, New York or Texas, which are the first three states that will get this new electric bike. We expect wider availability will follow.

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