Harley-Davidson has registered two new logos with the European Patent Office, and they all but confirm that there are more electric motorcycles and bicycles on the way from the Milwaukee-based brand.
The two designs are clearly intended for H-D’s upcoming range of electric machines; as they feature lightning bolt’s front and centre. And we reckon they’re pretty sharp.
We’ve been telling you for months that the factory’s working hard on a range of battery-powered bikes. We showed you designs for a stripped back city scooter and we showed you a mock-up of an electric flat tracker – and now these two logo designs confirm H-D’s getting serious about electric.
To check out the range of electric Harley-Davidson stories from the past few months, click HERE.
The registration documents filed with the European Patent Office don’t detail which type of vehicles the logos will be used for – but using a bit of logic, it’s fair to assume that the circular design is intended for its electric bicycles while the more traditional design will be utilised on its new range of electric motorcycles.
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