American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has made a capital investment in the electric motorcycle and light vehicle business Alta Motors, an operation through which the two companies will collaborate in the technology of electric motorcycles and in the development of new products.
Faced with this operation, the president and CEO of Harley-Davidson, Matt levatich, stated that, in early 2018, as part of its ten-year strategy, the firm reiterated its commitment to manufacturing the next generation of Harley-Davidson drivers, to which end would perform "aggressive investments " in electrical technology.
“Alta has demonstrated innovation and knowledge in electric vehicles and that their goals are closely aligned with ours. Each of us possesses strengths and capabilities that will be mutually beneficial as we work together to develop state-of-the-art electric motorcycles. " said.
On the other hand, the US corporation also previously announced its intention to launch your first electric motorcycle for 2019 and stated that Alta Motors has designed and marketed the most advanced electric motorcycles since its inception.
"Drivers are only just beginning to understand today's combined benefits of electric vehicles, and our technology continues to progress.", assured the Product Manager and cofounder of Alta Motors, Marc Fenigstein.