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Husqvarna To Introduce Three Models At EICMA
Husky is set to introduce new models this coming week at the EICMA show in Italy. First on the list of expectations will be a 690 based street model. Here is some chatter we picked up from Indian press.
2013 EICMA Husky Concept Bike
One of the most prominent European bike manufacturing companies, Husqvarna, has tied up with KTM. A long time hasn’t passed since KTM merged with Bajaj in India, and with the success they achieved on the roads, they have now closed with this European firm. Husqvarna made a confirmation about the collaboration of the two companies.
KTM also announced that Husqvarna will be producing its bikes on the soil of Indian subcontinent in the future time. Husqvarna has also set up a new trend for cost cutting and is also planning to unveil its three new options in the upcoming EICMA motor show to be held in Milan in the coming few days. These new bike variants are said to be getting inspiration for their engines from the earlier KTM Duke 690, which is also planned to be discontinued soon so that a twin-cylinder engine maybe launched in this bike.
Among the three new variants, two of them are rumoured to be concept bikes. Getting power from the 690 cc engine, Husqvarna is expected to provide a high-performance, efficient bike, which would be ideal for riding purposes throughout the world. KTM has already been a profit making company after its collaboration with Bajaj. KTM has targeted the youth of the world and has made bikes for fulfilling their purpose, and with this budding collaboration, they are aiming to make Husqvarna, one of the most selling and prestigious brands throughout the world. Due to these variations in bikes, Husqvarna will enable the people who have invested in the shares of KTM make large mount of money, and thus increase the stature of KTM in the economic market too.