Sweden based motorcycle
manufacturer Husqvarna was in news recently when an announcement was made in
July 2017 that the company’s motorcycles would be made in India by 2018 by
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At Eicma 2017 in Italy,
Husquvarna unveiled the Vitpilen 701 and Svartpilen 701 concept motorcycle.
Covers went off the production Vitpilen 701 machine, while the company also
introduced the all-new Svartpilen 701 concept motorcycle. These two new
machines are powered by robust yet sophisticated single-cylinder motors that
are housed within a minimalistic layout.
The all-new Vitpilen 701
machine represents a bold step into new territory for Husqvarna Motorcycles.
Inspired by the same unique design approach that runs through the whole Vitpilen
family, the Vitpilen 701 perfectly embodies Husqvarna’s progressive vision for
innovative and accessible street motorcycles.
Largely inspired by the
brand’s Swedish heritage, the Vitpilen 701 is a modern motorcycle that features
some of the most state-of-the-art technology available. From the trellis frame
to the powerful single cylinder motor or the standard WP suspension and Brembo
brakes, this machine is bristling with premium components.
VITPILEN 701 HIGHLIGHTS: Chromium-molybdenum
steel trellis frame, 75 hp engine – the most advanced single cylinder available
on the market, Ride-by-wire throttle and traction control, Switchable ABS and Slipper
SVARTPILEN 701 CONCEPT: The Svartpilen
701 features a technologically-advanced 4-stroke single-cylinder engine that is
housed in an incredibly stripped down but progressive layout. It’s a modern and
innovative naked bike waiting to offer a raw and exhilarating experience on two
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