Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO models model year 2020

The Harley-Davidson CVO family 2020 with the facelifted CVO Limited and CVO Street Glide

THE NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON CVO TRI GLIDE – THE ULTIMATE TRIKE

MILWAUKEE (08/20/2019) – The Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations ( CVO ) portfolio includes extremely luxuriously equipped special models in strictly limited editions.

The current CVO Limited and CVO Street Glide models will be joined by a CVO model on three wheels for the first time in model year 2020: The new CVO Tri Glide is the ultimate travel trike.

CVO Road Glide 2020

It hasn't been confirmed by Harley-Davidson yet, but it currently looks like there could be a new CVO Road Glide version in 2020. As of December 14, 2019


Since Harley-Davidson launched Custom Vehicle Operations in 1999, this special unit of the Motor Company has been creating exclusive motorcycles for the most demanding drivers.

Many of the paints, materials, technologies and features used here remain exclusive to the CVO models. This also applies to the Milwaukee-Eight 117, which is the largest displacement and most powerful engine available from Harley-Davidson ex works.

The CVO Tri Glide

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide model year 2020

The new CVO Tri Glide is a high-end trike with striking styling, powerful performance and exceptional long-distance comfort. Designed from the ground up as a three-wheeled vehicle, the Tri Glide chassis offers confidence-inspiring stability, fantastic ride comfort and playful handling.

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide model year 2020
Showing the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide 2020 MY20 FLHTCUTGSE CVO Tri Glide Ultra. CVO.

A telescopic fork with a 49 millimeter standpipe diameter and dual bending valve technology as well as a rear suspension with emulsion spring struts and a hydraulically adjustable spring base complete the premium chassis.

The integrated luggage compartment offers 125 liters of storage space with a load of up to 22.7 kilograms and also carries a Tour-Pak (top case). The CVO Tri Glide's equipment also includes a version of the Reflex Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS) assistance system package specifically tailored to trikes.

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide model year 2020

The CVO Tri Glide's exclusive custom features include:

  • Tomahawk Contrast Cut light alloy wheels (19 inch front, 18 inch rear)
  • Heated handlebar grips, pedals, driver and passenger running boards and silencer end caps from the Kahuna collection
  • Complete lighting in LED technology, including Daymaker headlights, taillights, brake lights and indicators
  • Painted fairing air duct in vehicle color
  • Flat windshield
  • Shortened front fender for a clear view of the custom front wheel
  • Luggage compartment with radio remote release and interior lighting
  • Heated seat for driver and front passenger
  • Fan air filter
  • Illuminated handlebar switches
  • Luggage rack on Tour Pak
  • CVO luggage bags and luggage compartment organizers

Harley-Davidson offers the new CVO Tri Glide in two color combinations:

  • Blizzard White with a pattern of three decorative lines. Tomahawk wheels in Gray Contrast Cut and applications in Bright Chrome
  • Black Stardust with a pattern of three decorative lines. Tomahawk wheels in Gloss Black Contrast Cut and applications in Bright Chrome

The recommended retail price* for the CVO Tri Glide is 53,495 euros in Germany (plus transport and assembly fee of 1,260 euros) and in Austria 63,395 euros (including transport and assembly fee). 

Harley-Davidson CVO Limited

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020

The CVO Limited offers ultimate touring comfort on long distances, combined with luxury and the highest level of exclusivity.

The new equipment features for the 2020 model year include the Reflex Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS) assistance system package, new cover materials and decorative stitching on the driver and front passenger seats as well as new, tinted wind deflectors on the frame.

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020

For the upcoming model year, Harley-Davidson is offering three new paint and design options for the CVO Limited:

  • Moonlight Blue with accents in Deep Sea Blue, Two-Tone and Panel Style Paint, with matt and high-gloss chrome surfaces, new graphics and emblems. Two-tone Tomahawk wheels in Contrast Gloss Black/Satin
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020
  • Smokey Gray with accents in Stormcloud, Two-Tone and Panel Style Paint, with surfaces in Gloss Black, Satin Black and Black Onyx as well as new graphics and emblems. Two-tone Tomahawk wheels in Contrast Denim Black/Gloss Black
  • Single-color premium paint in Sand Dune Pearl with subtle graphics and surfaces in Smoked Satin Chrome, Gloss Black and Black Onyx. Two-tone Tomahawk wheels in Gloss Black/Smoked Satin
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited model year 2020

The recommended retail price* for the CVO Limited is 42,595 euros in Germany (plus transport and assembly fee of 560 euros) and in Austria 49,995 euros (including transport and assembly fee). 

Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020

The CVO Street Glide is an exclusive custom bagger in a low-slung hot rod design that combines powerful driving performance with breathtaking custom features and a particularly powerful audio system.

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020

The exclusive new features of the 2020 CVO Street Glide include:

  • Fugitive alloy wheels
  • Flat, two-part tank console
  • Screamin' Eagle air filter
  • Tinted wind deflectors on the frame
  • Billet fairing mirrors
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020

The CVO Street Glide is available in three new design variants for the 2020 model year:

  • Black Stardust with color gradients based on Stormcloud and subtle graphics as well as surfaces in Satin Chrome and Bright Chrome. Two-tone Fugitive wheels in Gloss Black/Satin. Fan air filter
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
  • Smokey Gray and Black Hole with new 1970s racing-inspired graphics with Gloss Black, Satin Black and Black Onyx finishes. Two-tone Fugitive wheels in Denim Black/Gloss Black. Heavy Breather air filter in Gloss Black
  • Single-color premium paint in Sand Dune Pearl with subtle graphics and surfaces in Smoked Satin Chrome, Gloss Black and Black Onyx. Two-tone Fugitive wheels in Gloss Black/Smoked Satin. Heavy Breather air filter in Gloss Black
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide model year 2020

The recommended retail price* for the CVO Street Glide is 39,995 euros in Germany (plus transport and assembly fee of 560 euros) and in Austria 46,995 euros (including transport and assembly fee). 

New CVO motorcycle technology

HD Connect**: HD Connect, which is standard on all CVO models from the 2020 model year, provides the driver with information about their vehicle via the Harley-Davidson app on their smartphone. It ensures that the driver always remains connected to his machine, even if the two are physically separated from each other.

Reflex Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS): RDRS is also standard equipment on all CVO models from the 2020 model year. The electronic assistance system package combines the most modern chassis, braking and drive technology to adapt the acceleration and deceleration forces to the available tire grip in every driving situation.

Daymaker LED headlights with adaptive cornering lights: The Daymaker LED headlights, which are standard on the CVO Limited and the CVO Street Glide, now feature an adaptive cornering light function.

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVOLimited 117 Daymaker model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited 117 Daymaker model year 2020

An electronic control with patented sensors integrated directly into the headlight regulates twelve additional LED lights depending on the current lean angle in order to illuminate edge areas of the road in curves that conventional passive headlights cannot reach.

The adaptive cornering lights are active for both high beam and low beam. The light from the LED projectors is focused onto the road and is optimized for the highest possible light output with the least possible disruption to oncoming traffic. A striking outer LED ring forms the parking light.

Wireless Headset: Included with all 2020 CVO models is a boom! Audio 30K Bluetooth helmet headset for wireless connection to the on-board Boom! Box GTS infotainment system included, which is based on the latest mesh intercom network technology. In public mode, this digital protocol automatically connects with several other drivers within range.

In private mode, it enables a network connection with up to 16 drivers over a distance of up to eight kilometers.

At the same time, the headset offers all the functions of a wired headset (hands-free function, navigation instructions, radio and music player as well as voice guidance) and is compatible with the Apple CarPlay requirements for microphones on the Boom! Box GTS infotainment system.

Thanks to the quick charging function, 20 minutes of charging time is enough to ensure up to five hours of talk time.

Premium boom! Box GTS infotainment systems with high-quality audio part

Harley Davidson Street Glide CVO 2019
Harley-Davidson Street Glide CVO 2019 Boom Box GTS

CVO Street Glide: Boom! Box GTS infotainment system with four Boom! Stage II three-way speakers and bi-amping as well as 150 watts RMS power per speaker.

Each pair of speakers is powered by a separate four-channel 300 watt amplifier, resulting in a total output of 600 watts - a Harley-Davidson audio system at its best that surrounds the rider with rich, clear sound.

CVO Limited and CVO Tri Glide: Boom! Box GTS infotainment system with four Boom! Stage I two-way speakers (built into the fairing and Tour-Pak) powered by a four-channel amplifier with 300 watts RMS power.

Exclusively with Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine

Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide 117 engine model year 2020
Shows the Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide 117 engine model year 2020

The engine with the largest displacement installed by Harley-Davidson ex works, the Milwaukee-Eight 117 (117 cui; 1923 cm³), releases a maximum torque of up to 166 Nm.

  • The 10.2:1 compression ratio helps increase torque.
  • The high-performance camshaft is tailored to the displacement and the increased intake air volume.
  • The high-performance intake tract increases the intake air volume.

* The prices listed here represent the manufacturer's recommended retail price for the basic model. Optional features are available at an additional cost. The prices quoted do not include any additional accessories and can change at any time. Prices may vary from dealer to dealer.

** HD Connect is not available in all markets at the time of presentation and will be rolled out at different times in different markets.


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2 thoughts on “Harley-Davidson CVO models 2020”

  1. Thanks for the information! What I noticed is that the Street Glide CVO no longer has the leg shields or the speakers built into them. The Street Glide Spezial, which is 13,000 cheaper in Austria, is the better option. So Long… Edi from Salzburg

    1. Hello Edi,
      you may have noticed that the new CVOs have a lot of new technical features, the fact that the leg shields are now gone, something will certainly be a cost saving in order to be able to keep the price. Cornering ABS, adaptive cornering lights RDRS, HD Connect and I mean heated grips are now standard on the CVO models. I also think that the leg shields are somehow missing, but you can still add them as extras. The Special has 114cui and doesn't have the extras mentioned, but of course they are beautiful bikes and the 114cui engine also runs great, it's always a question of what you want yourself, the sound system on the CVO is a noticeable difference. But you could of course simply upgrade the Special with whatever you want and get a nice bike. Many greetings, Volker

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