Now, factories are rapidly replacing those workers with automation, a pivot that’s encouraged by rising wages and new official directives aimed at helping the country move away from low-cost manufacturing as the supply of young, pliant workers shrinks.
Enter the Harley LiveWire – a prototype electric motorcycle, but unquestionably one that is headed to market (widely rumoured by 2020). It is the bike that could change everything you think about the largest mass-produced U.S. bike manufacturer. If, that is, it can find its market. Which is no small task, given the skeptical eye traditional Harley owners cast on this 21st-century interloper into their 1950s motorized fantasy.
From the baggage’s POV that is…