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Husqvarna Motorcycles has introduced 10 thrilling models at the 2019 EICMA show in Milan, Italy – the European manufacturer’s largest display of new motorcycles since the start of their new era. With the twin-cylinder Norden 901 concept breaking cover, the stirring array of models underline Husqvarna Motorcycles’ growing commitment to the street sector, while highlighting significant new motorsport activities and the ongoing development of all models in terms of performance, technology, and design.

Unveiled for the first time, this new twin-cylinder machine is Husqvarna Motorcycles’ first-ever tourer machine. Class-leading lightness and power delivery is set in a versatile and accessible package, precisely arranged to allow discerning riders uncompromised exploration possibilities. Delivering effortless rideability and sensible, high-end modern equipment this motorcycle can be used on daily commutes, extended adventures and everything in between.

TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS

  • Slim and light explorer motorcycle
  • 889.5 cc parallel-twin engine specifically tuned for adventure usage
  • A perfect balance between offroad performance and touring ability
  • 21” front wheel, 18” rear
  • Comfortable ergonomics and confidence-inspiring handling
  • High-quality WP suspension components

Leading the 2019 line-up, the 701 Supermoto and 701 Enduro are thoroughly revised with new cutting-edge electronics that elevate the performance and safety of these exciting single-cylinder motorcycles. A long-range 701 Enduro LR will be added to the line-up in 2020. With its 25-litre fuel capacity, 500 km distances between fuel stops allow riders to conquer any terrain, no matter how remote. In the offroad segment, the new TE 300i Jarvis Edition celebrates Graham Jarvis’ success on the extreme enduro world stage.

The Vitpilen and Svartpilen 701, now in their third and second year of production respectively, receive new colours, trims, graphics and technical details that enhance the modern look of their ground-breaking designs. With 75 hp, the high-performance 692 cc single-cylinder engine compliments the machines’ dynamic handling and exciting riding experience.

The Vitpilen and Svartpilen 401, with their strong and tractable 373 cc, 44 hp single-cylinder engines, are equally well suited to urban environments as they are to out-of-town riding, thanks to their dynamic chassis, accessible overall size, and low weight. For 2020, both models feature a new bolt-on subframe that has been extended by 40 mm for improved pillion comfort, as well as a new, high-quality paint finishes and graphics that highlight their progressive designs.

Source: Husqvarna Press

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