Husqvarna Vektorr Concept Side
Husqvarna says its E-Mobility range will be progressive, innovative, stylish and unique

Husqvarna Motorcycles has revealed the Vektorr Concept which would eventually become the first electric scooter that the brand will put on sale come 2022.

There is no other way of putting this, the Vektorr Concept, with its compact proportions and neat details is as stylish as scooters get.

All of the components like the circular headlight with a DRL ring, stylish body panels such as the ones flanking the front suspension bearing the brand logo and the rear panel that also extends to form the mudguard, work in unison to give the scooter a fresh look.

What’s more, the seat is slim, yet seems large enough to accommodate 2 adults, while the front mudguard also houses an air vent and there is also a tyre hugger at the rear.

Sporting a simple black and white paint scheme, the electric scooter has yellow highlights along the rider footrest area and on the wheels. Husqvarna has also cleverly mixed gloss and matte finishes where possible.

Unfortunately, unlike its looks, the Vektorr Concept’s capabilities are not amazing. It only offers a range of 95 km per charge (the same as the Bajaj Chetak with which it is said to share many parts), while the top speed is limited to 45 km/hr.

Suspension-wise, the scooter has a monoshock upfront and at the back as well, while the braking hardware consists of a single front disc and a drum setup at the back.

The brand had only recently unveiled the E-Pilen Concept electric motorcycle, which is yet another product aimed squarely at the urban commuter. The brand also says development of is E-Mobility range is well-advanced now.

Those who wish to see both the Husqvarna Vektorr Concept and E-Pilen Concept would be able to do so by heading to Pierer Mobility AG’a special exhibition held at the KTM Motohall in Mattighofen, Austria.

Husqvarna Vektorr Concept Headlight
The brand has stuck with its circular headlight theme for the scooter
Husqvarna Vektorr Concept
Two-wheeler brands should think about offering more range right from the get-go.