The time has come: For the first time, a large European manufacturer – Husqvarna is part of the KTM group owned by the Austrian visionary Stefan Pierer – is entering the entry-level category with a small e-motorcycle. The target audience of the Husqvarna E-Pilen is clearly the urban, young city people.
The motorbike packed a mechanical heart two parallel cylinders of 890 cc. Unfortunately, the details on the engine are still kept close to the heart. There is also no detailed information on the exact time that the potential customer can take the Husqvarna Norden 901 home.
The perforated brake discs with a diameter of 320 mm at the front and 230 mm at the rear deliver a well-controlled and, above all, confidence-inspiring braking performance. With a list price of 7145 euros, Svartpilen 401 is the epitome of comfort and minimalism in performance.
Husqvarna EE 5 is rumored to release in 2020. This eco-friendly trail bike is claimed to have a 5 kW battery power and is said to be able to drive for 2 hours. The battery used Husqvarna EE 5 is a Lithium-ion type (84 cells, 907 Wh).