KTM recently declared its completely new version of the 390 Duke at the EICMA 2016 show in Milan, which appears to be stunning. Husqvarna, a Swedish bike manufacturer, has presented the upgrading version of the Vitpilen 401 along with Svartpilen 401 which is reliant on the 390 Duke platforms.

Husqvarna is owned and operated by KTM where Bajaj has a stake too. The brand new motorbikes from Husqvarna have been sculpted from the Vitpilen 401 idea, which was presented at the EICMA show back in 2014.

The bikes include a round designed LED headlamp specified with daytime jogging lighting fixtures and a modern-day neighborhood fighter look. According to the ongoing company, the Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 have been designed to provide a clean traveling experience. It includes a single-cylinder 375cc engine motor housed in a stripped down steel-trellis shape. The engine motor and the framework are borrowed from the KTM 390 Duke. The engine motor produces 43 horse power of vitality and 37Nm of torque matched to a six-speed transmitting.

The Vitpilen 401 should come with clip-on take care of Metzeler and pubs M5 tyres, while Svartpilen 401 will sports off-road style handlebar and Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tyres. Both should come with a 9.5-litre energy tank, WP suspension system, slipper clutch and Bosch 9.11MB two stations ABS system.

The new motorbikes are expected going to markets from early on 2017. The Husqvarna motorcycles are anticipated to be created at Bajaj Auto’s Pune Plant Chakan, which happens to be the global creation hub for KTM RC and Duke Motorcycles. That means that the Vitpilen 401 as well as Svartpilen 401’s India launch can happen very soon!