LiveWire S2 Mulholland


Make Model

LiveWire S2 Mulholland




High voltage 10.5 kWh nominal
Charge Plug J1772 Type 1



Max Power

63 kW / 84 Hp

Max Torque

263 Nm / 194 ft-lb


Integrated modular cast aluminium, 2-piece sub-frame, cast aluminium swingarm

Front Suspension

43 mm Hitachi inverted fork, fully adjustable

Front Wheel Travel

5.3 in

Rear Suspension

Hitachi monoshock with progressive linkage, adjustable preload and rebound

Rear Wheel Travel

99 mm / 3.9 in

Front Brakes

Single disc, Brembo monobloc, M4.32, floating 4-piston calliper

Rear Brakes

Single disc, Brembo, 1 piston fixed calliper


Cast aluminium, black

Front Wheel

19 x 3.5, 20-spoke

Rear Wheel

17 x 5.5, 20-spoke

Front Tyre

120/70ZR19, Dunlop Roadsmart IV

Rear Tyre

180/55ZR17, Dunlop Roadsmart IV
Rake 29°


140 mm / 5.5 in


Length: 2179mm / 85.8 in


1468 mm / 57.8 in
Ground Clearance 146 mm / 5.75 in

Seat Height

168 mm / 30.25 in

 Wet Weight

195 kg / 432 lbs
Charging Time Level 1 (20 - 80%): 5.9 hrs

Level 1 (0 - 100%): 9.1 hrs

Level 2 (0 - 80%): 78 mins

Level 2 (0 - 100%: 142 mins

Range City: 195 km / 121 miles

Highway: 146 km / 91 miles


From Livewire website:

Mulholland's design departs from the traditional gas tank form, creating a new profile and experience that displays both the brake lines and wiring harness, creating a stronger connection between the human interface of the rider and motorcycle.

The riding experience shares the same level of performance established with S2 Del Mar. Weighing 432 pounds, Mulholland is capable of a 3.3 second zero to sixty time, with 84 horsepower and 194 ft-lb of torque available to the rider.

Mulholland’s rider triangle is all-new, equipped with a 6” riser, the handlebars are positioned higher and further back, allowing the rider to sit back with a more upright riding position. Mulholland’s 19” front and 17” rear wheels come equipped with Dunlop Sportmax Roadsmart IV tires, to take full advantage of Mulholland’s 55° and 50° left and right lean angles.

S2 Mulholland continues to push the envelope of design further with LiveWire’s first use of sustainable and eco-friendly materials across key touch points on the bike including bodywork, seat, and secondary plastic components. Additionally, the bike will be available in an optional eco-friendly unpainted Lunar White finish minimizing the use of traditional plastics and paints.

Additionally, the Mulholland seat is now manufactured using a silicone biomaterial rather than leather or vinyl.

On our Lunar White colorway, the front and rear fenders are manufactured using bio-composite materials made of recycled plastics and locally sourced agricultural byproducts.

The radiator shrouds and internal wiring caddies are manufactured using ocean nylon. Collected from oceans around the world, these nets are sorted and pelletized for use as a feedstock in HYLON® OCEAN compounds.

The seat is manufactured from Silicone, as an ecological alternative to synthetic materials, since it is both environmentally friendly, and not harmful to human beings.

Refine S2 Mulholland’s traction control to your desired level of input with three settings.

ABS operates independently on front and rear brakes to keep the wheels rolling and prevent uncontrolled wheel lock under braking. Cornering Enhanced Antilock Braking System (C-ABS) is a variant of ABS that takes into consideration the lean angle of the motorcycle.

Drag-Torque Slip Control (DSCS) manages rear-wheel slip and prevents rear-wheel lock when using regenerative braking. DSCS functions at speeds over 10 mph (about 17 kph) and works in concert with the ABS-system to balance motorcycle deceleration and rider control.

Traction control is designed to keep the rear wheel from spinning when the motorcycle is accelerating, and enhances rider control and confidence, especially in wet weather. The Cornering Enhanced Traction Control System (C-TCS) is further designed to prevent the rear wheel from excessive spinning under acceleration when cornering.

Riding is more than moving from Point A to Point B. It's the thrill of exploration and discovery, moments only experienced on an electric motorcycle.

Using S2 Mulholland's performance from the combined range test at 55mph, these maps demonstrate how far you can go without recharging—or how much you can explore—departing from a centralized point. Range isn't a single stat; actual distances should account for real-world factors such as speed, elevation, traffic, and the aimless adventure or the errand checklist.