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Bajaj brings Husqvarna into its production partnership with KTM

Bajaj sets sights on expanding Husqvarna

INDIAN bike manufacturer Bajaj has brought Husqvarna into the partnership it has with KTM, in a move that will be crucial for increasing Husqvarna production and growing sales in Asia.

The partnership will see Husqvarna’s forthcoming Svartpilen and Vitpilen 401 models being produced at Bajaj’s Chakan factory in India after an initial run of bikes are made at the firms’ HQ at Mattighofen, Austria.

KTM, which owns Husqvarna and is itself partly owned by Bajaj, already produces several small-capacity bikes in India including the RC125, 125 Duke, RC390 and 390 Duke. Its partnership with Bajaj has enabled KTM to cut its production costs and expand production and sales both globally and in Bajaj’s domestic market.

By bringing Husqvarna into the partnership, Bajaj hopes to produce 100,000 KTM/Husqvarna models this year, with that number doubling over the following years.

Comments

Great news, I hope they launch the Bajaj Pulsar RS 400 https://www.mototechindia.com/bajaj-pulsar-rs400-price-specs-launch-imag... soon as it has been in the news for so long now. This is going to be a piece of great news for the auto enthusiast. RS 400 is a great concept as it is the most powerful bike in the pulsar series, so I would love to see one on the roads.

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