The E-Pilen idea features Husqvarnas signature style aspects, like its futuristic tank and the timeless round headlightWhere its set to vary significantly, obviously, is in the drive system. The electric E-Pilen is being created to provide 8 kW of power (roughly comparable to a modest 10 HP), and a variety of 100 km (62 miles), which implies this will be primarily ideal for city commuting.Thats likewise in line with Husqvarnas goals to construct in swappable batteries. Its owner, KTM, and other significant bike makers consisting of Yamaha, Piaggio, and Honda, agreed last month to unite as a consortium and specify market standards for batteries you might utilize across these brands vehicles.With that, Husqvarna might soon draw in an entire brand-new kind of bike lover, aiming to get their starts the city on a small bike to begin– while avoiding emissions to boot.The company hasnt yet revealed a launch date for the E-Pilen, but well watch on the news and report back when we find out more.
KTM-owned motorbike marque Husqvarna, known for its street and motocross and machines, is taking a stab at electrical bikes at last. The 118-year-old Swedish company just revealed its E-Pilen concept bike, and its quite a looker.Hit the play button above to get a glance of some of the information on the bike.The sharp styling is similar to the rest of Husqvarnas line of street motorcycles, from the powerful 701 to the more tame 125 that launched just recently. The traditional round headlight coupled with the futuristic wide tank, and the stubby rear end are the markings of a real Huskie.