Husqvarna 701 Vitpilen Concept Roadster Unveiled At EICMA — Images

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Husqvarna, the Swedish motorcycle brand now owned by KTM, unveiled the 701 Vitpilen concept roadster at the EICMA*. The 701 Vitpilen roadster is a retro-designed motorcycle with modern technology, and the heart of the motorcycle is based on the KTM 690 Duke.

A year ago at the Milan Motorcycle Show, Husqvarna unveiled two concepts, the 401 Vitpilen and the 401 Svartpilen. One of these two motorcycles has a high chance to be produced, however, the 701 Vitpilen is still in concept stage.

Husqvarna says the 701 Vitpilen is a more serious motorcycle compared to the 401 Vitpilen, owing to it powerful single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 73bhp, the same unit that powers the KTM 690 Duke.

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Craig Dent, from Kiska Design, the company that has designed every single KTM model in the last 20 years describes the 701 Vitpilen as "a mighty single-cylinder motor with a tank, a tail and a little seat - that's it."

Husqvarna 701 Vitpilen Concept — Images

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