I think idea is targeted at India, about the largest moto market in the world. If successful there, they will expand to other Asian markets. I don’t believe they have any intentions on bringing them into the States. First, the tariffs would kill them and second, the faithful (core Harley users) would laugh them off the sales floor. Admitting, despite what’s happening in their U.S. market, they do have a rep overseas that may help them expand their presence, especially in places like India where very small bore bikes proliferate and are not really performance oriented. So, if the majority of bikes are purely for transportation, then selling one that has an HD logo on it with whatever baggage that carries with it might be a good idea. I’m personally highly critical of the way HD has been stuck in the mud for so many years when the writing was on the wall and the way forward was pretty clear. Their U.S.business has been guided by fear (of not alienating core, aging and dying users), preventing them from introducing new, lower cost, more performance oriented motorcycles. I think their electric bike is ridiculously priced and doesn’t have enough range. (You can buy a Zero for 1/3 the price and get more than twice the miles). The previews of some of their other planned entries might have some legs but, not sure they’re there yet on the combination of design, performance and cost. But, now that they’ve lost 30% of unit sales from their high of 2006-08, at least they’re finally waking up and attempting some new directions.