2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Lineup Announced
The Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations lineup returns four models for 2021, offering the most exclusive components and styling the company has to offer. The four CVO models are the same as last year, consisting of the CVO Limited, CVO Street Glide, CVO Road Glide, and the CVO Tri Glide threewheeler.
For 2021, the CVO lineup receives a new audio system powered by Rockford Fosgate. Specific features vary depending on the model, but they all incorporate Harley-Davidson’s Boom! Box GTS infotainment system. Each CVO model also comes with a Boom! Audio 30K Bluetooth helmet set.
All four CVO models come equipped with the Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin engine, displacing 117 ci (1923cc) and claiming a peak output of 125 lb-ft. of torque.
All CVO models come standard with the RDRS Safety Enhancements electronics as standard equipment. This includes cornering linked braking, cornering ABS, cornering traction control, drag-torque slip control, vehicle hold control and a tire pressure monitoring system.
The CVO Limited and CVO Street Glide also come standard with the Daymaker adaptive LED headlight that provides additional lighting while leaning into corners.
2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide
For 2021, the CVO Road Glide is equipped with a new 21-inch cast aluminum wheel with laced spokes and a matching 18-inch rear wheel. The CVO Street Glide also gets a new LED console light and new instrument faces. This year, Harley-Davidson decided to equip the CVO Street Glide with its standard-length saddlebags instead of the extended-length bags used on the 2020 model.
The 2021 CVO Road Glide receives the Stage II version of the audio system, which includes a four-channel 400-watt amplifier, 6.5-inch speakers in the fairing and the saddlebags, each rated at 125 watts.
The CVO Road Glide comes with a custom Fang Front Spoiler, dual Daymaker LED headlights and a Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather intake claims improved air flow and a hot-rod style. Other features include heated grips, and shifter pegs, brake pedal cover, muffler end caps, and rider and passenger boards from Harley’s Kahuna collection.
The custom paint options include Sunset Orange Fade/Sunset Black with satin chrome finishes, Black Hole with gloss black and black onyx finishes, or Bronze Armor with smoked satin and gloss black finishes.
2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Limited
The CVO Limited receives a new LED console light and new instrument faces. It also gets the Stage I audio system, which includes four two-way speakers (placed in the fairing and Tour-Pak), powered by a single, four-channel 300-watt amplifier.
Returning features include the 19-inch front and 18-inch rear Tomahawk wheels in Gloss Black and Contrast Satin. The CVO limited also gets heated grips, shifter pegs, brake pedal cover, muffler end caps, and rider and passenger boards from the Kahuna collection.
The 2021 CVO Limited paint options are Royal Purple Fade/Royal Black with chrome finishes and Bronze Armor with smoked chrome finishes.
2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide
The 2021 CVO Street Glide receives the Stage II version of the audio system, which includes a four-channel 400-watt amplifier, 6.5-inch speakers in the fairing and the saddlebags, each rated at 125 watts.
Other changes include a new LED console light, new instrument faces, and three paint options: Sunset Orange Fade/Sunset Black with satin chrome finishes, Great White Pearl with gloss black and black onyx finishes, and Bronze Armor with smoked satin finishes.
2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide
The CVO Tri Glide receives new instrument faces and the Stage I version of the audio system which includes four Boom two-way speakers (mounted in the fairing and Tour-Pak), all powered by a single 4-channel 300-watt amp.
The 2021 CVO Tri Glide paint options include Sunset Orange/Sunset Black with chrome finishes and Charred Crimson with black finishes.
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What to do with 40k... Buy the latest greatest high tech wonder from Italy or a candy and chrome 400 watt stereo on wheels. I'll go with C, none of the above.
Man...I LOVE Harley, but until they design something like the Indian Challenger..
Modern, liquid cooled, POWERFUL..they are losing me...Many Harley guys switched to the Challenger PROVING that Traditional Harley guys (me for one) are looking for something modern and updated from the Motor Company..