Harley-Davidson has unveiled the 2022 Nightster after teasing and spreading speculations about a new motorcycle for a while.

The new Revolution Max 975T motor in the Nightster makes the older model look inferior.

The Nightster still shares a liquid-cooled V-twin with the Sportster S despite having a smaller engine.

The Nightster has excellent handling and facilitates the rider's movements with the handlebars, seat, and feet.

It has the Rider Safety Enhancements by Harley that are most common, like traction control, ABS, and rear-wheel slide control.

The bike also has three riding modes: Rain, Road, and Sport, which let you change how the engine is powered.

The Nightster surpasses the Sportster S in recreating vintage Harley style and offers more color options. 

Last year, H-D was forced to stop selling its air-cooled Sportsters overseas because of the noncompliance with Euro5 emission standards.

Harley-Davidson had a fantastic opportunity to make a killing abroad with the Sportster S, but they didn't price it as a budget model.

However, that differs from the 2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster, which might be a suitable successor for the Iron 883.