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Harley-Davidson has updated the CVO lineup globally with new features and cosmetic changes.

Harley-Davidson after revealing the electric bike LiveWire, now has taken its most premium CVO range to a completely new level. The bikes in 2019 Custom Vehicle Operation (CVO) range can be said as a palace on two wheels because it has some extraordinary features and bespoke touches. The 1923cc Milwaukee-Eight 117 V-Twin engines are exclusive for this range. The torque offered at a twist of the throttle is 166 Nm on Street Glide and CVO limited but 171 Nm on Road Glide.

The red band engine rocker covers, new alloy wheels, components from Kahuna collection, new exclusive paint scheme and a bombastic audio system are an addition to this range. The CVO Limited gets 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels from Tomahawk. There are three new paint schemes Auburn Sunglo/Rich Bourbon and Black Hole. The paint scheme has a faded effect for creating an illusion. It has speakers fitted in the fairing and on saddlebags. The CVO Street Glide gets chrome wheels from Talon which are complemented by the Charred Steel/Lighting Silver paint scheme. On the other hand, anodized Talon wheels give a contrast to Wineberry/Black Forest paint. This CVO Street Glide variant gets the best audio system in the range with an output of 900 Watts.

The CVO Road Glide gets cladding along the downtube for the beefier look. Above the regular add-ons, it is also fitted with Screaming Eagle intake and a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear Knockout alloys. This is the only model in the whole Harley-Davidson line-up which comes with 21-inch wheels from the factory. The suspension has been tuned for best handling and better ride quality. The paint scheme offered on this model are Red Pepper/Magnetic Grey/Black Hole and Mako Shark Fade. The GTX infotainment system features Bluetooth connectivity hence avoiding the tangled cords, instead get a wireless headset with a range of 1.6 km.

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