Husqvarna Vektorr Concept Revealed With 95 Kms Range

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Husqvarna Motorcycles has unveiled the Vektorr Concept, which will be the brand’s first electric scooter when it goes on sale in 2022.

There is no other way to put it: the Vektorr Concept is as stylish as scooters come, with its lightweight dimensions and neat details.

The circular headlight with a DRL ring, stylish body panels flanking the front suspension bearing the company logo, and the rear panel that also extends to form the mudguard all work together to give the scooter a fresh appearance.

Furthermore, the seat is small but appears to be wide enough to fit two adults, with an air vent in the front mudguard and a tyre hugger in the back.

The electric scooter has yellow highlights along the rider footrest area and on the wheels, and is painted in a plain black and white colour scheme. Wherever possible, Husqvarna has cleverly combined gloss and matte finishes.

Unfortunately, the Vektorr Concept’s capabilities are not as impressive as its appearance. It has a range of only 95 kilometres per charge (the same as the Bajaj Chetak, with which it is said to share many parts), and a top speed of only 45 kilometres per hour.

The scooter is equipped with a monoshock up front and at the rear, as well as a single front disc and a drum brake setup at the back.

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The E-Pilen Concept electric motorcycle, which is yet another product targeted squarely at the urban commuter, was only recently unveiled by the company. The company also claims that the launch of its E-Mobility line is well underway.

Those interested in seeing the Husqvarna Vektorr Concept as well as the E-Pilen Concept can do so by visitingthe  Pierer Mobility AG’s special exhibition at the KTM Motohall in Mattighofen, Austria.

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