At the Milan cruiser appear (EICMA) in 2016, Husqvarna flaunted the creation adaptations of the KTM 390-based Vitpilen and Svartpilen 401. We reported that the creation of these bikes had begun at the Bajaj plant a short time back, and we expect the street situated Vitpilen to be propelled in India later in 2017.
The Vitpilen is the bistro racer variant of the 401 and shares its mechanical parts with the KTM 390 Duke. It is controlled by the same 43.5hp 373cc fluid cooled single-chamber engine, which is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It likewise gets the new trellis outline (with its dart on sub outline) from the 2017 KTM Duke 390. The front gets a 43mm WP topsy turvy fork and the back, a WP monoshock – an indistinguishable passage from the KTM. Also, even the Bybre brakes are continued with the front getting a 320mm circle with 4-cylinder outspread caliper, while the back makes due with a 230mm plate and a solitary cylinder caliper. Bosch’s 9.11MB double channel ABS is standard also.
Outwardly, notwithstanding, this bike veers off drastically from the Duke, wearing a thick fuel tank with a short seat. The short seat configuration is accomplished by utilizing a much shorter sub-outline contrasted with the KTMs. Other Husqvarna configuration touches incorporate an unmistakable round front lamp and round instrument bunch. Consistent with its bistro racer styling, the Vitpilen gets low-threw cut on handlebars, and its 17″ wire talked wheels are shod with street going tires.
Expected dispatch date: Q3 2017
Expected dispatch value: Rs 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom