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Husqvarna E-go Concept Electric Motorcycle - Web Exclusive

The E-go Concept weighs only 176 lb and features an innovative design inspired by the latest Husqvarna models.

Greg Emmerson
Sep 13, 2011

Husqvarna is presenting a single-seat electric motorcycle concept for urban commuting designed for beginners who want the attractive features that distinguish a Husqvarna with a mix of on-road, off-road and supermotard styling.

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The E-go Concept weighs only 176 lb and features an innovative design inspired by the latest Husqvarna models, making it instantly recognizable. The E-go is characterized by technical innovations such as its single-sided front fork with two 35mm fork tubes and its aluminum swingarm. The battery box is also aluminum, while the bike’s oval frame is steel, allowing the seat unit to be self-supporting.

With the compact E-go, city driving will seem more like a video game that is fun and easy to master. It will also be silent with its electric drive. No information about electric power output, battery range or charging times are given at this time

By Greg Emmerson
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