Updated Harley-Davidson CVO Lineup
For 2019, H-D has given its top-of-the-line Custom Vehicle Operations bikes a little makeover. All three amped-up models new color schemes and a few updates.
The CVO Limited tourer and the CVO Street Glide both receive red band on the engine rocker boxes, the Kahuna Collection that includes shifter pegs, brake pedal cover, muffler end caps, heated grips and rider, and passenger foot boards, as well as three new paint options each.
The CVO Road Glide also gets the engine rocker boxes red accent as well as a new fang front spoiler, a Screaming Eagle Heavy Breather air intake as well as a Knockout 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel. The Road Glide is also available in three new color schemes.
Finally, all three CVOs get a Boom! Infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity.
Harley-Davidson FXDR 114
This is how Harley does “sporty”. The FXDR combines an (arguably) lightweight, aluminum and composite platform with the massive Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine. The result is what Harley calls a “power cruiser”—the sleeper look of a soft tail capable of pushing 119 lb-ft of torque.
Love it or hate it, this is what happens when H-D does high performance.
Finally! This model was years in the making, but it looks like the Livewire is on track for a proper introduction in 2019. Harley-Davidson announced it would take the electric step four years ago with the plan to tour the continent and introduce its working prototype to the public.
Then in the summer, during the H-D Anniversary celebrations in Milwaukee, we got our first peek at the production version of the model. With the pressing need for a refreshed and younger-looking lineup, the Livewire will tap into the youth’s environmental sensitivities hopefully with some degree of success. The brand has shown a certain level of commitment to improving its technology with the opening of its new R&D center in Sillicon Valley.