This big launch is a part of the Harley Davidson Motor Company's commitment to launch 100 high-impact motorcycles by 2027.
Under its largest ever product development project, American motorcycle company Harley Davidson has launched an onslaught of new motorcycles - eight all-new Softail motorcycles, and five refreshed cruisers.
The eight new Softail bikes have been designed from the ground-up, using an all-new frame. They come powered by the company’s new dual counterbalanced Milwaukee-Eight 107 and 114 series of engines. New technology features on each model include - ‘Daymaker’ LED Headlamps, an integrated USB charging port, improved electrical system charging, new instrumentation and fuel tanks.
The all-new Softail motorcycles include:
Fat Boy: Ripped and refined satin-chrome finishes deliver a bold, muscular styling statement showing off its powerful engine and new and improved ride and handling.
Heritage Classic: Blacked-out styling of vintage 1950s Harley-Davidson models updated with a modern edge.
Low Rider: Inspired by '70s-era custom choppers but lighter and faster with corner-carving handling unimaginable back in the day.
Softail Slim: Pays homage to post-war custom bobbers with a narrow rear end, trimmed front fender, solo seat and minimal chrome.
Deluxe: Classic high-line showstopper glistens with bright chrome while delivering the ride of a seriously modern machine.
Breakout: Takes long, lean muscle to a modern edge with more lean angle and agility.
Fat Bob: Asphalt-eating traction, pothole-devouring suspension, agile cornering and a blacked-out take-no-prisoners look
Street Bob: Youthful and rebellious, Street Bob is a stripped down, blacked-out bobber.
For the refreshed cruiser range, the redesigns include that of Street Glide Special and Road Glide Special models and three new top of the line Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) models - all powered by the new 117ci Milwaukee-Eight engine, which is the most powerful ever offered by Harley-Davidson.