In 2022 they released a part of this collection the El Diablo.
Based on the Low Rider, the El Diablo is meant to remind us of the legendary 1983 Harley-Davidson FXRT.
The devil is powered by the Low Rider standard Milwaukee-Eight 117 which develops 105 hp at 5,020 rpm and a torque of 168 Nm at 3,500 rpm. These numbers are achieved in part thanks to a tuned heavy breather intake and high flow exhaust.
Setting it apart from the stock Low Rider, El Diablo has a significant number of visual changes. They include a frame-mounted fairing, triple split stream vents, a 6-inch-high windshield, Lockable clamshell saddlebags, and Michelin Scorcher 31 tires.
Tech-wise, the bike features Rockford Fosgate, a USB charging port, and digital “tech gauge” instrumentation in the handlebar riser.
The 2022 Harley-Davidson Low Rider El Diablo it’s only going to be available this year in a one-time build of 1,500 units. Every unit will have a starting price of $27,999, but the motorcycle is available in one single color, namely a combination between El Diablo Dark Red, Dark Red Pearl, and Bright Red Sunglo, with touches of black on the engine and exhaust.