Harley-Davidson’s electric bike division is coming to the NYSE as LVW.
There’s no doubt that electric vehicles are what’s in store for the future as even Harley-Davidson, known the world over for its signature engine sound has launched LiveWire, a division of their brand that sells electric bikes with the look of a Harley and the drivetrain of the future.
Harley-Davidson has announced that LiveWire will be publicly traded after a merger with AEA-Bridges Impact Corp., an acquisition company that specializes in brands geared toward sustainability. The brand will be traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol LVW.
With up to nearly 150 miles of potential battery range, easy charging, instant power delivery, and a starting price of under $30,000, the LiveWire motorcycle is sure to be a success, and if you’re interested in investigating what Harley-Davidson claim is the industry leader in electric motorcycle companies, the New York Stock Exchange is where to look to do so.