In a big surprise Husqvarna announced two new off-road models, the TE 300 Pro two-stroke and the FE 350 Pro four-stroke. These models are designed off the TE and FE platforms that Husqvarna already offers but feature completely different styling and upgraded components. This is similar to what we have seen KTM do earlier this year with some of their off-road models. The official press release and images from Husqvarna are below: 

Husqvarna Motorcycles is pleased to announce its 2024 TE and FE Pro enduro line-up, the 2-stroke TE 300 and 4-stroke FE 350. These latest offerings have been designed from the ground up to give experienced and ambitious enduro riders the performance edge they need to excel at the highest levels of competition.


All-new for 2024 and based on a revolutionary enduro platform, both the FE 350 Pro and TE 300 Pro are expertly crafted with new frames, subframes, bodywork, suspension, brakes plus a host of engine refinements. Each of the Pro models shares an extensive list of innovations. The new enduro platform focuses on continued improvements to overall rideability, delivering outstanding performance. Riders will immediately appreciate and benefit from the technical changes made to both machines.
Technical sections can be conquered in complete confidence and control thanks to predictable damping from new, enduro-specific WP suspension. A WP XACT Closed Cartridge fork incorporates a mid-valve piston for smooth action and consistent performance, while a hydrostop in the final 68 mm of travel helps maintain momentum. A redesigned WP XACT shock features a new piston for a more compliant action and is 100 g lighter and 15 mm shorter while retaining 300 mm of travel. Both fork and shock settings can be adjusted by hand for quick, easy personalised set-up.
Striking restyled bodywork adorned with modern, Swedish-inspired graphics and a new high-grip seat cover complement the revised chassis. An improved ergonomic rider triangle offers greater knee contact for better control. The slimline bodywork also affords complete freedom of movement when riding standing up while a redesigned LED headlight produces greater illumination and is fitted using a more efficient and user-friendly mounting system.
Based on the all-new 2024 enduro range, the TE 300 Pro engine is fuelled by Throttle Body Injection (TBI) technology. Developed to sustain the best-in-class performance of these lightweight 2-stroke machines, TBI gives more consistent and controllable power throughout the rev range, even in the toughest conditions.
Engine innovation is also a hallmark of the FE 350 Pro, powered by a new and much more compact DOHC unit. This is tilted back in the frame by two degrees compared to previous models, further centralising mass and contributing to improved anti-squat chassis characteristics. Additionally, all major engine components are positioned as centrally as possible to improve handling and generate maximum torque and power.
Both models raise the enduro riding experience to new levels thanks to advanced electronics. The Engine Management System (EMS) allows each machine to offer two pre-set riding maps to suit varying terrain, with each gear matched to tailored power delivery. The 4-stroke model offers additional rider aids including Traction Control and a Quickshifter for positive upshifts, even under heavy load.
The TE 300 Pro and FE 350 Pro showcase Husqvarna Motorcycles’ progressive approach with premium components shared across both models. These include a new LED headlight, Brembo hydraulic clutch and brake systems with high performance GALFER discs, a combined Start/Stop button, a new Factory Racing wheel-set with high-strength EXCEL Takasago rims, ProTaper handlebars, and Michelin enduro tyres. A host of premier features that place the Pro models at the top of their class.

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