If you know your motorcycle history, Husqvarna was born in Sweden, and developed a reputation for innovation in engineering. When it moved away from the Nordic Country, ultimately landing in Italy for some time, many of its best engineers stayed in Sweden and formed the brand Husaberg. Husaberg, not surprisingly, has its own well-deserved reputation for innovation in engineering.
Husaberg was bought by KTM quite some time ago, and has presented some marketing challenges for the Austrian brand, namely, that it was originally positioned as a premium product, more expensive than similar KTM models, yet KTM had the bulk of sales volume. It seemed awkward that Husaberg was positioned above KTM for another reason, namely that KTM viewed itself as a premium brand among off-road manufacturers.
The recent acquisition of Husqvarna by a company controlled by Stefan Pierer, CEO of KTM, will reunite the Swedish marques in a sense. According to an interview published by Motociclismo, Husqvarna will largely break ties with BMW, which currently supplies engines for the 650 enduro models and the Nuda 900 twin. It appears the 650s will be kept for a while, but the big twin is not considered close enough to the roots of the brand, and has sold poorly. Pierer made it clear that future Husqvarnas will likely share engines with Husaberg. If you follow the link, the interview is in Italian before translation.