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Levatich: LiveWire should be coming before 2020

Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire electric motorcycle won’t be hitting dealerships within the next couple years, but it could be a possibility within the next five years.

Harley-Davidson CEO Matt Levatich told the Wall Street Journal that the LiveWire shouldn’t be expected “in the next couple of years but it’s not past 2020 either, unless we run into some impossible barrier.” The WSJ report was cited by Forbes.

In 2014, a 30-stop U.S. tour of the prototype LiveWire yielded more than 6,800 demo rides and feedback from more than 15,000 consumers, according to Harley-Davidson. The LiveWire tour has expanded internationally for 2015, reaching Asia, Europe, Canada and more parts of the U.S.

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