Husqvarna Vektorr Spied
Like before, the electric scooter had the Bajaj Chetak for company

The Husqvarna Vektorr has been spied yet again in India

Look at what has been spied once again. Yep, Husqvarna Vektorr it is and the Swedish brand is working day in, day out to get the electric scooter to its showrooms in 2022.

Fitted with a split seat, the Vektorr’s very stylish body has been disguised with heaps of camouflage wrapping. Well, one can say that it does do its job at the very least.

Riding on alloy wheels, the electric scooter comes with a circular instrument cluster, round mirrors and a tyre hugger for the driving wheel.

The scooter was last spotted at the fag end of November with the same amount of camo and like the recently spied Husqvarna Vektorr test mule, its front end image was not available.

Husqvarna Vektorr Concept
It would be a sight to behold on our roads

Assuming that the design of the electric scooter stays true to the concept revealed in May this year, the 2-wheeler will feature a round headlight with a DRL and minimalist panels.

To feature a monoshock suspension both at the front and in the back, the electric scooter will sport a disc brake in the front and drum at the rear.

Husqvarna has claimed that the Vektorr can travel up to 95 km before its battery needs to be recharged again. The top speed of the scooter will be 45 km/hr.

It is likely that the first electric scooter from the Swedish brand will have the same 3 kWh battery pack and a 6 HP electric motor pushing out 16 Nm of peak torque.

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