A beautiful and powerful street bike.

A new take on urban motorcycles, the beautiful Vitpilen 701 combines a compact shape with minimalist design cues and plenty of power. Made by Husqvarna, the motorcycle balances its good looks with an expertly crafted build and a powerful engine. The clean styling and excellent performance perfectly suit modern motorcycling, providing a more honest as well as a more thrilling riding experience. This Husqvarna 701 supermoto features a laser cut, welded and hydro-formed chromium molybdenum tubular steel frame to guarantee superior quality and precision. The lightweight and narrow bodywork also ensures a seamless movement while riding. The brand’s signature yellow line, or “the split”, runs from the rear of the fuel tank in a diagonal line to meet the exhaust hanger, adding an eye-catching accent to the design.

Agile and compact, the bike comes with a 692.7cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that provides 75 hp and 72Nm of torque at 6750 rpm. The motorcycle also boasts a slipper clutch, a 3.2 gallon fuel tank, a minimal digital control zone, and a 6-speed transmission. The LED headlight features a daytime running light on its outline, while the rear LED tail light blends into the bodywork to maintain the bike’s sleek, clean aesthetic. Photographs© Husqvarna.

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