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    Husqvarna E-Pilen Concept

    Here is the latest EV news from Husquarna. The E-Pilen Concept. Don't let its power rating get you too excited.
    https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-feat...ic-models.html
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    I'm a husky ICE fan... but ya I agree not too exciting. However, it looks like they are on board with a standardized quick change battery module.
    I still think batteries should be part of the competitive nature of racing so that we get better batteries sooner. The race team with the best batteries WINS!
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    Here is more Husqvarna E-Pilen news from their lawyers:

    The illustrated vehicles may vary in selected details from the production models and some illustrations feature optional equipment available at additional cost. All information concerning the scope of supply, appearance, services, dimensions and weights is non-binding and specified with the proviso that errors, for instance in printing, setting and/or typing, may occur; such information is subject to change without notice. Please note that model specifications may vary from country to country. In the case of coated surfaces, there may be colour differences due to the usual process deviations.

    The consumption values stated refer to the roadworthy series condition of the vehicles at the time of factory delivery.

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