The CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide is the longest running model in CVO-land, so why screw with a good thing? As its target audience tends to skew to older and high-mileage riders, the Ultra keeps the shiny parts, but goes big on comfort and convenience. This year there’s a new low-effort, high-feedback slipper clutch, new colors, and the Slipstream collection of controls. Other than that it’s the same raft of high-end features, like GPS, an electronic key fob that controls ignition and saddlebag locks, heated seats, and a more sedate version of the Premium Audio system. Stacked and popular as it is, the CVO Ultra is the most expensive production Harley-Davidson ever, at $37,599, but H-D’s pretty sure they can sell out the 3900 units being shipped worldwide.