Harley-Davidson has stopped making and delivering its electric motorcycle after a glitch was discovered during quality checks.
The motorcycle producer said in a Monday statement that it found a “non-standard condition” in the LiveWire bikes, which it has already started shipping to vendors.
The company began additional testing and analysis, which it said was going "well."
LiveWire has reportedly been available to preorder since January, and it costs $29,799, according to Reuters.
Harley-Davidson shares were down 1 percent at $34.73 on Monday amid news that electric motorcycle production was halted.
—Updated at 6:07 p.m.