Showcasing new transport solutions for the future
Husqvarna Motorcycles will exhibit its E-Mobility prototype machines, the E-Pilen Concept, the Vektorr Concept and the Bltz Concept at the IAA Mobility Show in Munich from 7-12 September 2021.
The IAA Mobility has been the place to be seen for pioneering, innovative transport companies since the very dawn of powered transport, when the exhibition and conference was first held over 120 years ago. The symposium has never been more relevant against a background of new solutions for personal transportation in a demanding and rapidly changing world, and the IAA Mobility Show is the perfect forum to display the emerging, trail-blazing E-Mobility solutions from Husqvarna Motorcycles.
The three concept machines that Husqvarna Motorcycles will display at IAA Mobility are a continuation of the values established in the brand’s existing street range, being progressive, smart, dynamic and oriented towards purity of design.
The E-Pilen Concept is inspired by the unique style of the Vitpilen and Svartpilen road machines. With a power output of 8 kW and a range of 100 km, the E-Pilen Concept will be the perfect choice for the urban commuter and leisure rider. By specifying a modular, swappable battery system that allows the power pack to be exchanged, the E-Pilen Concept demonstrates its utility and appeal to those considering the switch to electric.
The Vektorr Concept is Husqvarna Motorcycles’ first-ever electric scooter and will provide compact, stylish and effective personal transport to the urban commuter. Echoing the familiar lines and riding position of a conventional scooter, the Vektorr Concept will have a top speed of 45 km/h and offer a range of up to 95 km.
The Bltz Concept is a stand-up scooter which will offer the easiest possible noise and emissions-free transport to environmentally friendly urban dwellers. It can also be easily carried by the rider on and off of public transport, making end-to-end clean travel over greater distances simple.
The IAA Mobility anticipates that the next decade will see more changes in how people get around than occurred even in the previous century, as society embraces the challenges of urbanisation and climate change in a digital world. New technologies and designs are emerging at an unprecedented pace.
Visit us at the IAA Mobility show in Munich on stand A91 in hall B6 from 6th to 12th of September.