Bloomberg TV reported (briefly) Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013 about the new digitally-connected Harley-Davidson. Apparently you can get the package with the new 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special. For the details click on key features and then infotainment. You can connect your USB drive with the Jukebox. It's also got an SD card slot (a micro slot would be insane.) You can connect your bike direct to your Apple device or "imitators".
Would that include Android devices as imitators? Loyalty is a core principle of Harley-Davidson, after all. You have the option of operating your device with hand controls or by voice command. Using those hand controls during a run seems insane and the voice control option is the way to go. The Bloomberg video comment seems to be clear that you may operate your GPS with voice commands. Now you have that why-you-got-lost excuse for your run buddies.
Harley-Davidson does list a few specs on the infotainment under Specs and Pricing. The color screen on the Boom! Box 6.5GT lists as 6.5 inches. (Appears to be the same as on the 2013 Road King.) The expected day/night dimmer is also listed. Audio per channel is rated at 25 watts. Speaker size says 5.25 inch/6.5 inch. The whole beautiful bike can be seen in 360° by linking here. The suggested MSRP for the Street Glide Special starts "at about $22,500" (according to the Harley website). Where can you get your connected 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special or other bikes?
One Harley-Davidson local dealer might be Brighton Harley-Davidson, 5942 Whitmore Lake Road, Brighton, Michigan 48116. If you haven't been there yet, please use the Google Maps link to contact this dealer. Several options for the 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special does appear on their web page but demand may change that. Just think about an enhanced riding experience with the 2014 Street Glide.