KTM CEO Stefan Pierer owned motorcycle brand Husqvarna has announced that it will be unveiling three new models at the Italian motorcycle Expo EICMA — one large-displacement single-cylinder street and two concept models. Husqvarna says that the new models will give a clear understanding of the future of the brand. Known for their off-road models and racing successes, Husqvarna first achieved fame during the early part of the 20th Century thanks to their commitment to street based motorsport. Now, with 111 years of heritage in both street and offroad motorcycling, Husqvarna makes its return to the street segment with a new large displacement, single-cylinder model as well as two fascinating and very modern concept models.
Expanding Husqvarna’s motorcycle offerings, the new large displacement, single-cylinder model street bike will offer premium characteristics while maintaining the Swedish tendency towards functional design. True Husqvarna, and faithful to the brand’s core values, this new model being unveiled at EICMA will show state-of-the-art technology and a rich sense of heritage. The two exciting concept models will offer a clear glimpse of the future direction of the Husqvarna brand within the street market. The prototypes will showcase lightweight construction and functionality, premium quality hardware and uncompromised design.
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Husqvarna is owned by Pierer Industry AG which is Austrian holding company owned by Stefan Pierer who also owns 51 percent of KTM.
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