But some significant new details emerged. On the top of the LiveWire’s “gas tank” is a charge port that uses an SAE J1772 connector, the emerging automotive standard for full-on electric cars. It supports Level 2 (fast, measured in hours) and Level 3 charging, which is the most rapid of all: direct current fast charging. DC fast charging is generally only limited by what the cells and cooling can handle, and if you look closely at the photographs released, you can see liquid-cooling lines and what appears to be a radiator or two on the LiveWire. This may be the first production electric motorcycle that can be charged to 80 percent in 15–20 minutes; topping off the last 20 percent is always a slower process, and getting to near 100 percent may take an hour. In addition, Harley has noted there’s an on-board Level 1 charger that can connect to any wall socket; that’s the leisurely charger for overnight use. Owners can use that, or get a Level 2 charger installed in their garage, as have so many Tesla and Chevrolet Bolt owners, and use the J1772 port.