LiveWire Unveils Cruiser, Third Model In Electric Lineup

MILWAUKEE – LiveWire unveiled its third model on Thursday, an electric “performance cruiser” called the S2 Mulholland. It joins the existing S2 Del Mar roadster, which was released in 2023, and its original LiveWire One, which began as a Harley-Davidson model in 2019 before the company separated LiveWire into a standalone brand.

The 432-pound S2 Mulholland has an MSRP of $15,999, only $500 more than the S2 Del Mar. Both models are primarily designed for urban use and utilize the same platform. The S2 Mulholland has a projected city range of 121 miles and 73 miles of highway range.

2024 Livewire S2 Mulholland

The model is touted as producing 84 horsepower and being able to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.3 seconds. The battery pack can be replenished with both Level 1 and Level 2 chargers. L1 will go from 20 to 80 percent in 5.9 hours, while L2 will go from 20 to 80 percent in 78 minutes.

The S2 Mulholland has a 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel. A six-inch handlebar riser creates a more upright riding position than the more flat track inspired S2 Del Mar. LiveWire notes that the S2 Mulholland uses “sustainable and eco-friendly materials across key touch points on the bike including bodywork, seat, and secondary plastic components.”

The S2 Mulholland is now available for purchase. LiveWire has six dealers in New England, including Yankee Harley-Davidson/LiveWire Bristol in Bristol, CT.

(Photos courtesy of LiveWire.)

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