Husqvarna Vektorr concept EV Revealed
Husqvarna took wraps off the electric scooter Vektorr prototype, giving us an insight into what their upcoming electric vehicle looks like. The Husqvarna Vektorr design brings a special, own aroma to the EV table, based on Bajaj Chetak’s electric scooter.
Within days of the opening of the electric motorcycle of the Husqvarna Vektorr Prototype Scooters, the style vocabulary is familiar with new Husqvarnas.
For example, the front end has a traditional LED headlight, which seems to be taken from the Svartpilen and Vitpilen. The remainder of the body plates, including the squared borders and hills, and the beak-like tail area illustrate Husqvarna’s approach to simplistic yet appealing designs. The mixture of white and black is rendered perfectly with a shiny yellow lick.
But it remains to be seen if this version or the extra-long single part seat is made into the manufacturing variant.
Based on the Bajaj Chetak, the Vektorr can share the same basis. The design also seems to have the same front and rear suspension with trailing links as with the Bajaj Chetak.
Husqvarna notes that the Vektorr concept has a 4 kW engine that can propel the scooter to 45 km/h while its range of batteries is 95 km.
However, if the prototype scooter uses the same Chetak 4kw engine as it almost definitely does, it should be equivalent to the Bajaj. The maximum speed of the Chetak is about 70km/h and the battery distance is 95km in Eco (85km in sport).
The development version of Vektorr is scheduled to start in 2022 by Husqvarna. In the Bajaj-Pierer Mobility Plan, the scooter will be produced in the factory. Bajaj has a stake in the KTM company Pierer Mobility for the Uninitiated and recently announced plans to become a global leader in electric two-wheel space of 4 to 11 kW.
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