Every year OEMs use the famed EICMA International Motorcycle Exhibition (Milan Motorcycle Show) to unveil new models. And at this year’s show, which begins Nov. 5, Husqvarna – now under KTM ownership – will unveil a prototype motorcycle.
The “world first” unveiling will take place at the Husqvarna booth, hall 18, at 4 p.m. Nov. 5. The bike will surely be a dirt model, considering KTM reported Husqvarna will no longer make street bikes.
Speaking of the prototype, Husky says: “it will offer a visual incite into the future evolution of the brand.”
Besides the prototype, the originally Swedish motorcycle brand will have its full range of 2014 Husqvarna motorcycles on display for the first time.
This range includes six top-level performance machines donning the unique Husqvarna white/blue/yellow color schemes, the TC85 minicross for youth racers. The two-stroke TC125 and TC250 models, and 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.
For additional information, visit Husqvarna’s website.