Husqvarna will unveil their new prototype at the EICMA event in Milan Italy. The world first unveiling will take place at the Husqvarna booth during a press conference scheduled for November 5 at 4pm. The prototype will offer a visual insight into the future of the brand.
Husqvarna will have the full line of motocross and enduro bikes on show at EICMA, all developed and built in the modern production plant in Mattighofen, Austria. EICMA offers fans of the originally Swedish brand the chance to view and enjoy the 2014 Husqvarna model range for the first time.
The motocross range features six top-level performance machines, starting with the TC85 minicross for youth racers. The two-stroke TC125 and TC250 models ensure machinery for all and sit perfectly alongside the four-stroke FC250, FC350 and FC450 models. The enduro range consists of seven models, with the increasingly popular two-stroke TE125, TE250 and TE300 models and high-performance four-stroke FE250, FE350, FE450 and FE501 bikes.
Husqvarna Motorcycle was recently bought by Pierer Industri AG, a holding company owned by Stefan Pierer, CEO of KTM. He said “First Husqvarna motorcycle will be launched in India in 2 years. Proposed Husky model for India to be made at Bajaj’s Chakan plan will use joint engine platforms of Bajaj-KTM for Husky models. Joint-engine platform to be used for 125cc-200cc segment for Husqvarna,”