On a more general note, is H-D simply too late to the party? The Pan-America looks like the H-D executives told their existing design staff, "make me a GS." That Carducci bike looks completely awesome, but in 2018, it's like the H-D execs said, "make me a Ducati Desert Sled." BMW, KTM, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki--basically everybody--has already been in this market for years, and it's well-covered with great bikes at every price point.
H-D has been trying to attract younger riders for years, with zero success. They also tried a separate marque (Buell) with little success. Riders under 50 just don't want H-D. To adapt the dying ads of Oldsmobile, "this isn't your father's Harley-Davidson. [Instead it's a lazy copy of what BMW did 20 years ago.]"
Am I being too hard on them? Is there anything H-D can do to appeal to younger generations?