Following the showcasing of the Husqvarna E-Pilen, the manufacturer has unveiled its all-electric scooter concept, which mainly focuses on e-mobility solutions, especially in European markets.
Husqvarna Vektorr is an all-new electric scooter concept, which will soon become part of the company’s portfolio. The new electric scooter is mainly aimed towards e-mobility solutions in European markets. Husqvarna is actively searching for qualified dealers in metropolitan areas of Spain, France, Italy, and Germany for better market penetration.
Focusing on the Vektorr, Husquvarna has styled the concept more conventionally. Upfront, the all-LED headlamp seems to be borrowed from the recently showcased Husqvarna E-pilen electric concept motorcycle. A circular headlamp unit surrounded by a thin LED DRL is a typical styling element on Husqvarna motorcycles. The mudguard upfront is stubby, and body panels on either side are moulded in a way to deflect the incoming wind blast.
The concept sports a two-tone black and white colour scheme, with a large Husqvarna logo on both sides. The body panels on the rear show very few moulds with a very short overhang. The overall design is very simple with subtle colour schemes. However, the Vektorr gets a few fluorescent highlights on the rims and edges of the footboard to jazz up the styling.
Husquvarna claims that the Vektorr will have a range of 95km in one full charge while delivering a top speed of 45km/hr. Other technical details such as battery capacity and motor output haven’t been revealed yet. The interested customers can see the concept in the flesh at the PIERER Mobility AG special exhibition in the KTM Motohall in Mattighofen, Austria, where Husqvarna has also showcased its E-pilen and Bltz.
The Husqvarna Bltz is a single person e-mobility solution on which the rider stands and operates the scooter to go from point A to B. Husqvarna says, the Bltz is a nosie and emission-free travel solution and most suitable for an urban environment.
The production model of the Husqvarna Vektorr concept is likely to debut in the coming months. India launch of the Vektorr electric scooter is very much possible as Bajaj – Husqvarna’s parent company – is already working towards improving the infrastructure for its all-electric Chetak, which could be a very good base for the upcoming E-pilen and Vektorr in India in the future.
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