The upcoming Husqvarna Norden 901 has been spied in a production-ready guise. Based on the KTM 890 Adventure, this ADV will be Husqvarna’s biggest motorcycle ever produced. Hence, it is quite evident that the Norden 901 will be an important product for the Swedish brand which has strings attached to the world of off-road motorsports thanks to its supermoto and enduro motorcycles.
We can see in the spy pictures that the Husqvarna Norden 901 will be fitted with USD front forks and a rear monoshock. The chances of the suspension setup being adjustable are high. The braking system will comprise dual front rotors and a single disc at the back. The wire-spoke wheels will be fitted with knobby tyres. Some of the other components that are clearly visible in these spy shots include knuckle guards, decent-size windscreen, round LED headlamp, fog lamps, and split seats.
The Husqvarna Norden 901 will also have a fully digital instrument cluster that is likely to support Bluetooth connectivity. There is going to be a USB charging port. The rearview mirrors will be circular, similar to what we have seen in many already-on-sale Husqvarna models.
The exhaust of the ADV is located high up on the right providing high water wading ability to the motorcycle. The engine is likely to be borrowed from the KTM 890 Adventure. The prototype spied is also fitted with hard case panniers and a top box. They are from Touratech, however, we wouldn’t be surprised to see them available as an optional accessory with the Norden 901 once the motorcycle goes on sale.