The Vitpilen 701's Front and Rear Are Connected Through Design

 - Nov 25, 2015
References: husqvarna-motorcycles & gizmag
The Vitpilen 701 is an all-new concept motorbike, created by Swedish motorbike manufacturer Husqvarna, that was recently unveiled at the Milan Motorcycle Show.

Just like its cousins the Husqvarna Supermoto and the Enduro 701, this classically designed motorcycle is built around the KTM 690 cc liquid-cooled single engine, which is capable of pumping out 67 horsepower. The bike is equipped with all the necessary fittings such as a suspension package, radial Brembo brakes and an extremely eye-catching design.

The most notable design feature of this bike is the visual connection between the front and rear of the motorbike, something that designer Maxime Thouvenin refers to as "the split".

The Vitpilen 701 is a concept bike that makes an extraordinary design statement, and has performance specs to match.