New range of Husqvarna’s in November

New range of Husqvarna's for 2014. Unfortunately we don't think this prototype will make the cut.
Husqvarna and Husaberg will be back together in one happy family combining the technology of Husaberg with Husqvarna’s heritage with a new range already in development according to the firm’s new owners. And they're both owned by KTM. Got that? No me neither, but hang in there.

The move comes as KTM boss Stefan Pierer bought Husqvarna from previous owners BMW earlier this year. Around 25 years ago Husqvarna and Husaberg started the same link of combining technology but this was stopped when BMW bought the Husqvarna name.

A new range of enduro and motocross bikes is already in development. There will also be a new supermoto. All the 2014 bikes will be presented at the international EICMA show in Milan in early November.

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