If the 901 Norden uses the motor from the 890 Duke R (I assume they would), it could make for an amazing all-around bike. That motor is pushing out over 100 HP at the wheel and has power everywhere in the rev range. It is very strong down low and pulls hard all the way to redline. The torque is very flat and in something that light, on the road you could embarrass a lot of sport bikes. Off road, no sand wash is going to suck the power from you. I bought the 890R and it is one of the most fun bikes I've ever owned. They put amazing brakes and very good suspension on it. So far it has been very reliable. If they can keep the level of performance that the 890R and combine it with the offroad prowess Husky/KTM is known for, they might end up with one of the best ADV bikes around. You would have light weight with a stonking motor. Pretty much the opposite of the AT. I hope Honda continues to put the AT on a diet.I see this convo died a couple months ago.. which is probably a good thing for me. I just got my AT and hadn't seen the Husky 901 Norden concept. The power to weight looks to be a solid winner. The styling of the machine is just artistic to me. Some of the features on the concept (bars, extra tank, real hand guards) would make it even more appetizing. I already have a 701 and a 300 so I don't need a single track "touring" machine, nor do I need a 50/50 adv. That Norden seems to fit right in to why I wanted the AT. After drooling over the videos of the Norden, I remembered why I shied away from the 1090/1190 orange coolaid... reliability! My orange bikes (ok, orange in origin anyway) are fantastic at what they do buuuuut... the little things that ktm refuses to address just pisses me off. The clutch slave crapping out, exhaust that was made by Char-Broil, fuel pumps that can't keep up, and the botched suspension components on the 701 just left a bad taste in my mouth for more orange. Sure, I've fixed all that and they are outstanding machines now, but it's been a long expensive road. My AT only needs a bit of suspension mods to make it work for me. Maybe like others have said.. the 'newness' of the AT is mesmerizing me right now and may not last, but even as tasty as the 901 looks/sounds, I'm glad I wasn't tempted by new orange-aid.