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Separate brand or not...I don't see them selling a lot of LiveWire electric motorcycles, in general...
I don't see the connection to Buell. They simply killed off Buell in 2010. They never set up different dealerships for them.
They treated Buell like a red headed step child, until they were finally able to kill it off, I see something similar in the future for Livewire.
A battery of experts has determined this is shocking news and that any attorney with some juice should be able to short circuit this . Dusty
I really don't understand the desire to short circuit the future , IC engines have only been around in common use for a bit over 100 years , it isn't like anyone is trying to replace something the folks in 1880 considered useful , or the folks in 2080 will think necessary . Dusty
Ah yes the electric motor and battery are amazing new tech.
Keep plugging away, Dusty... I just don't like the insinuation that my 1881 Putnam metal lathe is not a high tech piece of machinery.One very serious question that I've yet to see addressed in any IC/EV threads..Everybody is emptying gas pumps today around here in SC with the current cyberterrorist hack of the Colonial pipeline. But there is apparently less trouble getting diesel fuel at many stations, which is specifically why we have both a gas truck and a plain, old fashioned, zero electronics diesel truck that typically spends more time parked than driven. If EV becomes the standard and gas/diesel IC is actively phased out, what might the alternate,, fuel vehicle be if electric grid is compromised by regular blackout, storms, terrorists, ?? Hydrogen cell, ? Or will it be EV or sneakers pounding sand?And I'm still waiting to see how people are going to recharge/exchange EV vehicles in a manner & schedule comparable to gas. People are not happy having to wait 20-30 min or more in line to get gas today when they can get it. They're grumbling on tv now, plenty of anxiety & some short tempers. Zero patience. Making a slow turnaround the norm doesn't make sense. I'm having a hard time envisioning a standardized battery swapping scenario - warehousing needs of both fresh and dead batteries, exchange equipment whether fully automated with crazy maintenance & upkeep or consumer operated by many who cannot even check their own oil. An automated car wash-type system might work but will still be a huge bottleneck compared to large gas stations capable of 20 vehicle or more being refueled simultaneously.
In 1880 there was no infrastructure to support IC powered vehicles , we built that system in stages . No idea why this is so hard to understand , it's like some people think the IC engine has always been around , how can we possibly live sans IC engines ? Reality is , they represent a blip in time , most of our great great grandparents never drove a car powered by an IC engine , hell , most probably thought cars would never become common . Technology moves us to new things , sometimes good , sometimes not , but as a whole we almost never go backwards . Even those of us who are still riding 1972 loop frame models would look just like someone riding a 2021 V9 to someone from 1880 . Dusty
A battery of experts has determined this is shocking news and that any attorney with some juice should be able to short circuit this .
I still have doubts that solar and wind are going to be enough to satisfy the ignorant masses. And they won't consume less to make it work. That means coal and nuclear to fill the gap for the foreseeable future. After the power grid is enhanced..
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