The much-awaited release of the LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric bike has been delayed, according to a statement from the company president. The announcement has brought about mixed reactions among fans and critics alike. While some feel sorry for the disappointment, others are calling for a boycott of the product. With so much attention focused on this delay, it’s important that we delve deeper into what caused such an unexpected setback. In this article, we will explore why the release of the LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric bike was postponed and what we can expect in the near future.
Why is the Del Mar release delayed?
The LiveWire S Del Mar release is delayed because of the current COVID-19 pandemic. The company president said that the team is currently working on finalizing the software and hardware for the new device, but they need more time to ensure that everything is perfect before release. They want to make sure that they are providing the best possible product to their customers and that includes making sure it is released at the right time.
When will the LiveWire S2 be released?
The LiveWire S2 was supposed to be released in early 2020, but the company president says it is delayed. He did not give a specific date, but said that it would be sometime in the spring or summer of 2020.
How much will the LiveWire S2 cost?
The long-awaited LiveWire S2 release has been delayed, says company president. No new date has been set for the release, but the company is “working hard” to get the product out as soon as possible.
In the meantime, customers can purchase the original LiveWire for $399. The new LiveWire S2 will cost $499.