LiveWire Teases S2 Mulholland

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung

LW’s third model to be revealed March 21

As we were first to report, Harley-Davidson’s electric brand LiveWire is preparing to launch its next model, to be called the S2 Mulholland, with new teasers confirming the model name and a full reveal to come March 21.

From its name and glimpses of the powertrain in the teaser media, we know the S2 Mulholland will share much in common with the S2 Del Mar. The main S2 Arrow architecture is the same, though the fins are machined slightly differently. We get glimpses of a few parts, including what looks like a LiveWire-branded patch sewn onto a much thicker-looking seat than the one used on the Del Mar.

There are a few shots of a new “tank” console that is in a different shape than the one on the S2 Del Mar (compare the one below to the image at the top. This hints at more changes to the bodywork compared to the more flat track-inspired S2DM.

Up front, we see a handlebar mounted to a much taller riser than the one on the Del Mar, and the S2DM’s mirror stalks have been swapped out for underslung bar-end mirrors. The headlight and front indicators look similar to the ones used on the LiveWire One, perhaps hinting the Mulholland fits stylistically as a middle-ground between the two.

The S2 Del Mar had its display mounted on top of the handlebar, but it’s not visible from the shot above, suggesting it’s been moved lower in front of the taller bars. We think there’s a brief glimpse of it in the top right corner of the shot below, where we can see what looks like a LiveWire panel on the right side of the bodywork.

The wheels look to be the same as on the Del Mar, though we don’t have a good enough look to confirm the tire sizes. We previously reported that the Mulholland will have a slightly longer wheelbase, but it’s not yet apparent how that is achieved. We also reported the S2MH will be slightly lighter than the Del Mar.

We only have a few more days to wait until LiveWire reveals more about the S2 Mulholland. Check back here for more information once it becomes available.

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Dennis Chung
Dennis Chung

Dennis has been a part of the team since 2008, and through his tenure, has developed a firm grasp of industry trends, and a solid sense of what's to come. A bloodhound when it comes to tracking information on new motorcycles, if there's a new model on the horizon, you'll probably hear about it from him first.

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  • Joel Taylor Joel Taylor on Mar 20, 2024

    They should have gone Hybrid like Kawasaki did. Zero need for a charger as it charges on the fly when in engine mode.

  • Mach5 Mach5 on Mar 21, 2024

    $16,000 with a range of 121 miles city (less on hwy).

    Good luck. That's going to be a tough sell.

    Can we just admit that the weight/range calculation for electric motorcycles, is not yet viable...except for very limited, specific use cases.

    The name "Zero" was meant to refer to emissions, now it seems to mean "Zero sales." Just ask the many dealers that are dropping the Zero brand.

    • Cdu77876539 Cdu77876539 on Jul 08, 2024

      121 miles in the city is just fine for people commuting on surface streets. That is not a particularly limited use case. The prices are simply why there need to be more leasing/shorter-term ownership the time of 8 year ICE loans.