Harley-Davidson says its new LiveWire electric motorcycle can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Harley-Davidson says its new LiveWire electric motorcycle can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. HARLEY-DAVIDSON

On-base autoseller gears up for debut of Harley-Davidson’s electric motorcycle

by Theron Godbold
Stars and Stripes

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — The wind without the rumble can be had this fall for about $30,000.

Harley-Davidson, the Milwaukee-based motorcycle maker, this year is rolling out its first mass-produced electric motorcycle, the LiveWire.

The LiveWire will be sold through Military AutoSource, the on-base auto sales service, the Tokyo area manager for Military AutoSource said recently.

Military AutoSource plans to start taking orders as soon as June with delivery of the electric Harleys expected sometime in October, said area manager Sam Lynch. The motorcycle, like most vehicles sold overseas by Military AutoSource, would be delivered in the United States.

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