Husqvarna’s roadmap for the future, including vintage styling and electric scooters
The latest KTM presentation to investors also reveals the future roadmap of the Husqvarna model, including electric scooters, retro styling and a new 501 dual bike platform.
The demo was published by KTMPiersMobity, Husqvarna and Gasgas and was recently obtained at Novembe.
The Husqvarna501 platform will include street cars, adventure cars and endurance racing models.
Husqvarna has provided the Fe501 Enduo model of the 510.6cle engine, and the future model 501 will be based on the KTM in the new 49 twin-cylinder engine platform.
Husqvarna's portfolio slide shows that it will continue to offer 401 street cars, including Svartpilen and Vitpilen, as well as 250 and 125 versions.
The placeholder image of all these images is blurred, which indicates that the existing vehicle model may be in the process of being updated.
The presentation also confirmed the "classic" mark of the four new models, including one motion script and three motion scripts, but the one above appeared to be equipped with a side loaf. The off-road product plan also includes 501, 401, and 250 models, although the plan explicitly omitted Norden 901, announcing that it will be put into use by Husqvarna. However, one week before the management report was released, Norton's production was confirmed, but it did not appear in the investor's demonstration, but the portfolio chart showed that Norton will also produce versions 501250 and 401.
However, the product portfolio chart shows that the Nordic countries will also produce versions 501250 and 401. However, the product portfolio chart shows that the Nordic countries will also produce versions 501250 and 401. It is also strange that the current 701vitpilen and svartpilen are unavailable. One possibility is that Husqvarna can reposition the Vitappilen and Svartpilen models as "classic books", allowing more modern designs to fill the gap. For electric scooters, 4 and 10 kW versions will be developed in 2021. This version is based on Chejak, which is produced by Badji in India. For electric scooters.