Husqvarna have revealed their first ever electric scooter concept – the Vektorr.
The factory say the eco-friendly electric scooter concept “brings the future of personal urban transport into the present”.
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Husqvarna have kept quiet about specifics, but the Vektorr will have a 28mph top speed and a maximum range of 65 miles, which fits into the target market of urban commuters who demand a compact transport solution.
The factory, who have been steadily growing their e-mobility offerings, said: “The Vektorr offers a tantalising vision of what Husqvarna Motorcycles’ move into electric urban mobility will look like. Progressive, innovative, stylish and unique, these values will be applied across the E-Mobility range.”
All three of Husqvarna’s new electric concepts were on display at the Pierer Mobility AG exhibition in the KTM Motohall in Mattighofen, Austria, including the folding e-scooter Bltz and the E-Pilen.