Husqvarna Bikes Concepts by Kiska

Renown Swedish Motorcycle brand Husqvarna have unveiled two exciting new street models at the International motorcycle Expo EICMA in Milan. The 401 VITPILEN and 401 SVARTPILEN are inspired by the rebellious spirit of the golden age of the brand in the 60s and 70s. Both models have been reduced to the bare functional essentials, free of gimmicks, gadgets and extravagant design embellishments, they combine modern technology, cutting-edge design and high quality hardware. Created by industrial design company Kiska the two bikes are still in concept stage, and were designed to gauge public reaction before possible production.

The Husqvarna Panthera Leo Concept Mower

Husqvarna, the global leader of outdoor power products, has developed a quiet, powerful and environmentally friendly ride-on mower for the future garden. The mower has three separate cutters and can achieve a cutting width of 33- to 47-inches. The batteries can power the mower for up to 2 hours before needing to be recharged and an onboard LCD displays not only the battery life, but also speed, blade height, cutting width, and general info about the grass. Unfortunately, Husqvarna says that it will have something similar on the market within 5 years.