A new Low Rider El Diablo cruiser from Harley-Davidson, priced at £25,495, and a limited-edition piece of candy red Americana, built on the Low Rider ST.
Only 1500 of the glossy liveries were made, and they were painted by the Colorado company Gunslinger Custom Paint. The bright red base coat was “El Diablo Bright Red,” followed by a second coat of “Bright Red Sunglo.” The lockable, tank sides, fenders, and fairing all have vivid red pinstriping.
The 1923cc V-twin engine, front end, and a final gold pinstripe are hand-applied to the panels as a finishing touch. The 19-inch front and 16-inch rear cast aluminum rims are then given a matte bronze finish.
The El Diablo receives fresh paint and a variety of factory-installed audio created by Harley-Davidson and Rockford Fosgate.
You get two 5.25-inch woofers and a 250-watt amplifier fitted inside the fairing that connects to your phone via Bluetooth to play stored and streamed audio.
“It embodies the spirit of counterculture in Southern California in the ’80s in a contemporary package that features meticulously crafted custom paint, including pinstripe trajectories that nod directly to those of the original FXRT,” said Brad Richards, Harley’s Vice President of Design and Creative Director.
Aside from this, utilizing the Low Rider ST as a base gives you 125lb-ft of torque at just 3500 rpm and two engine counter-balancers that lessen vibration at idle and improve rider comfort.
Additionally, there are dual front discs, 43mm upside-down forks, LED head and taillights, ABS, and cruise control.