Husqvarna is broadening their E-Mobility offering, unveiling the Vektorr electric scooter.
Following their recent announcement of the move into E-Mobility and the E-Pilen Concept electric motorcycle, Husqvarna Motorcycles unveils the Vektorr Concept, an electric scooter for urban transport.
The Vektorr Concept will be the first electric scooter to be produced by Husqvarna Motorcycles, for the space of Urban mobility needs, short commutes and city speeds. With a style similar to a conventional scooter, but edgy, the Vektorr has a unique style design of its own.
The color separation from bottom white to top black, give the front a great look, finished with the large round headlight of the scooter. Yellow color highlight lines on the wheels and fairings gives a great stylish finish to Husqvarna’s design.
On the performance side, the Vektorr Concept is not expected to be fast, and will deliver a top speed of 28 mph (45 km/h) and offer a range of up to 60 miles (95 km). City and Urban conditions indeed, but not very suitable for long distance or performance. This makes the Vektorr a sector specific vehicle, that will be aim at a specific demographic that can take benefit in short rides that do not require high speeds, mostly relevant for dense urban areas.
Alongside the E-Pilen Concept, the Vektorr Concept offers a glimpse into the vision of what Husqvarna Motorcycles’ have planned for electric urban mobility and the company’s future.
Progressive, innovative, stylish and unique, these values will be applied across the E-Mobility range.Husqvarna Press Release
Husqvarna was one of the early adopters of electric mobility for dirt bikes, with its EE 5 electric off-road. The recent updates on their E-Pilen and now the Vektorr, are clear advancements the company is making towards a full line of electric mobility products.
In addition, Husqvarna will present their E-Pilen, The Vektorr, and the Bltz Concept E-Scooter at the PIERER Mobility AG special exhibition in the KTM Motohall in Mattighofen, Austria. The event takes place today, May 7th.