Bajaj Auto’s Husqvarna brand to launch two new 400cc bikes in India

In the month of February, Bajaj Auto introduced the new Husqvarna manufacturer. The new brand has introduced two 250cc bikes already this yr and now the organization is setting up to start two new bikes with even bigger engines.

In an inside presentation by Husqvarna’s father or mother corporation Pierer Mobility, that was meant for traders, it was uncovered that the organization is setting up to launch the Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 in India to the finish of this 12 months. The Bajaj Auto’s Husqvarna bikes will be competing with other 400cc bikes in India.

The bikes are presently becoming created for overseas sector in Bajaj Auto’’s Chakan manufacturing facility. The desire in India will also be satisfied by using the same factory.

The Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 bikes have been spotted in the course of exam runs in India. Identical to the 250cc versions, the bikes borrow their powertrain from their KTM cousins. The 400cc bikes will run on the very same motor as the KTM 390 Duke. The liquid-cooled 373cc engine creates 43.5PS of electrical power and 37Nm of torque.

In phrases of styling, the bikes will glance comparable to their lesser 250cc versions. However, the 400cc bikes could get some addtional functions to distinguish them from the smaller motor counterparts. The bikes are envisioned to get total-LED lighting, entirely-digital instrument cluster and Bosch Abs.

In phrases of pricing, while the 250cc bikes arrive with a selling price tag of 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom), the even larger bicycle, in accordance to a report by HT Car, is expected to priced substantially higher at about 2.40 lakh.

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