Thanks guys, that really made me laugh
Anyway, Husqvarna Motorcycles
is an italian motorbike manufacturer owned by BMW, it has NOTHING to do with the "other" Husqvarna company (making lawnmowers, chainsaws, sewing machines, snow plowers and many other things), which is based in Sweden.
BMW has bought only the company involved in the Motorcycles business. I'm quite sure of that, since I work for them
Only the name/logo are common, because the swedish company was originally building also the bikes, but they sold the Husqvarna motorcycles business to Mr.Castiglioni (MV Agusta) several years ago, which is where BMW bought it in 2007.
And by the way... we're not going to adopt the BMW final drive, if this worries you
It's quite common that a motorbike dealer has multiple brands in the shop. It all depends on how strong a brand is on that specific market, that is, if it sells enough bikes to cover the whole dealer's business. This is the case for Ducati and BMW in Italy, for example, but not in US for the same two brands.