Husqvarna Skulla and Norden 901 at Eicma 2023 Milan

At EICMA 2023, the Husqvarna Skutta is the electric scooter that firmly establishes the Swedish brand in the world of urban mobility, alongside many other historical companies in the two-wheeler industry.

Alongside it, there’s also the new Norden 901 and the rest of the range exhibited at Pavilion 18P, Stand B80. You can find all the information on how to get there and where to park at EICMA 2023.

Features of Husqvarna Skutta

Husqvarna Skutta is designed to be easy to ride, recharge, and store when not in use, making it dynamic for those moving in urban environments.

Husqvarna Skutta

It boasts an elegant, modern style that is very practical to use and is constructed with an aluminum frame designed with a patented flat folding mechanism, allowing for easy transportation, maneuvering, and storage when not in use.

Husqvarna Skutta

It has a tread height of only 90 mm, increasing overall agility and safety in all situations. The maintenance-free brushless motor is housed in the rear wheel hub and is powered by a 36V Husqvarna AB lithium-ion battery, which can be replaced in less than 10 seconds and requires 4 hours and 20 minutes for a full recharge.

Husqvarna Skutta

There are three driving modes available: Pedestrian, designed for crowded places like squares; Economy, and Sport. All can be selected from the minimalist smartLED dashboard, and the entire vehicle is water-resistant with an IPX4 certification. It also features a bell, side stand, integrated LED lights, and dual drum brakes.

Various accessories are also available, including handlebar terminals, smartphone bracket, and a container to attach to the handlebar for storing personal items during travels.

The Norden 901

In addition to the Skutta, the Husqvarna pavilion also showcases the new Norden 901 with its 899 cc, 105 HP engine, and 100 N/m of torque with Euro 5+ approval, a chromium-molybdenum steel trellis frame, and WP Apex suspensions with a 43 mm diameter fork.

Husqvarna Norden 901

The exhibited model includes all the announced novelties: gray and yellow livery, an additional USB port on the left side of the control bridge, “Hazard Warning” safety lights, and Cornering Traction Control, which now offers 10 levels of wheel slip adjustment for the optional Explorer riding mode.

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