More performance and less emissions on the menu.

Between the political head-butting, the big anouncements, and Indian-market counterattack with a small-displacement model, Harley-Davidson has had an eventful year so far. It also opened its shiny new R&D center in Sillicon Valley which has lead to its deal with Alta Motors to fall through, contributing to the company’s current difficulties.

2018 has had its highs and its lows for the American brand, but it plans on starting the new year strong witch an updated lineup that includes two new models and all-new upgraded CVOs. Here’s a look at what’s coming for H-D.