Husqvarna which was acquired by KTM last year has issued a press release stating that it would unveil three new motorcycles at the upcoming EICMA 2014 motorcycle show scheduled next month at Milan, Italy.
Out of the three new offerings, one will be a high displacement street bike, while the rest two motorcycles are expected to be concept bikes.
It is speculated that the new high displacement street bike will most likely to be a production version of the "701 prototype, which was presented at the 2013EICMA Motorcycle Show . The new bike will be most likely to be powered by the 690cc, single-cylinder motor as found on the KTM 690 Duke but will be tuned for higher power output.
It will also employ the same trellis frame as seen in the 690 Duke. But in terms of styling, it will be radically different from the supply of KTM. It is also expected that the Husqvarna motorcycle will be loaded with top-of-the-shelf cycle parts and electronic goodies.
The Swedish bikemaker hasn't divulged many details about the two concept bikes apart from stating that they would be modern concepts for future models. It is expected that the concept motorcycle will showcase the lightweight and give us a preview into the design language of the future generation Husqvarna.