BMW scooter C evolution electric [HD]

BMW scooter C evolution Electric
BMW’s motorcycle division dabbled in scooters as a green solution for crowded urban centers, producing the C1 for a few years. Now BMW is showing off the final fruits of a new project, an electric scooter designed to achieve the performance specifications of a gasoline-fueled scooter.
BMW continues its march down the electric scooter path, it recently unveiled the C evolution. It calls this two-wheeled ride its first near-production prototype, and already has five e-scooters being tested in London traffic during the ongoing Olympics. 

After this it will conduct trials in other European cities, using the data collected to prepare for “the market launch of the future serial production model.”
BMW also designed the C Evolution for a top speed of 75 mph. Anti-lock brakes are one technology borrowed from BMW’s extensive experience building motorcycles. However, the C Evolution also uses brake regeneration, which helps account for its range. A single swing arm supports the rear drive wheel, which is turned by a shaft. LED lights decrease the load on the battery, and the rider gets speed and battery status from an LCD.

The C evolution’s technical specifications are as follows:
11 kW continuous output (homologation according to ECE R85) and 35 kW peak output
120 km/h (75 mph) maximum speed
Range of up to 100 kilometres (62 miles) due to large battery capacity
High-voltage battery with high capacity (8 kWh) and innovative air cooling
Intelligent recuperation in coasting mode and when braking
Short charging times
Synergy effects with BMW automobiles and electrical safety
to car standards
Hybrid chassis with agile handling due to low centre of gravity
Powerful braking system with ABS
Lightweight Metzeler Feelgreen tyres
Multifunctional TFT instrument cluster and LED daytime running light
Innovative colour concept and design

itz price is not yet revealed may range in b/w 10-14lakhz

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  1. Because 6,7Billion people use Km and Km/h…

  2. متى ينزل في السعوديه

  3. As ugly as expensive shit

  4. It’s not about being in the dark ages it’s about what is used as a standard for everyday use in each country.
    In Canada they may use kph in the UK we use mph, so it’s fine to say kph in Canada, but in the UK they should state it as mph or mile per charge rather than kilometres per charge.
    In reality they use kph and kilometres to make their product look better than it is, they really don’t need to.
    The only people that will buy this type of vehicle are those that are already converted.

  5. No "Fool" on earth would produce, let alone play for a add, as lame as the one above, to sell there product.

  6. emission free only if your power lines doesn’t run on coal. otherwise it’s even worse

  7. are these electric scooters allowed on highways?

  8. I hope i buy this

  9. When can I buy one in Texas?

  10. the narrator is MR.BEAN

  11. great thinking

  12. super wow …when this bmw serie launched in indonesia???

  13. electric scooters! finally something useful!

  14. What do you all think of the narrator’s voice? I find it rather grating and tiring to listen to. Sorry mate, whoever you are.

    As to the scooter, well, I love it, but I wonder how much…

  15. If you had a multibillion dollar industry to protect and new out there was a cheaper and far more efficient product, You too would do what ever it takes to save it…. The Narrator was specifically chosen to deter the general public away from electric vehicles…

  16. Definitely the most annoying narrators voice I’ve ever heard.

  17. funfact: when calculating ALL emissions (Transport, buliding, mainly the batterys, and so on) an electric vehicle has about the same or sometimes an even worse green worth.

  18. donde puedo conseguir un dealer gue vendan scooter

  19. Or more likely and more convincingly 120 kph looks a lot better than 75 mph or the same in Kilometres per charge looks a lot better than Miles per charge.
    My electric bike does a whopping 25 kph oh wait a minute that’s only 15 mph that’s don’t sound so good.

  20. Why do all these electric vehicle makers state their range in kilometres rather than miles and also their speed in kph rather than mph.
    120 kph sounds better than 75 mph I suppose.
    But they should get real and stop trying to con us about the range and speed.
    I like electric vehicles but they still got a long way to go and some govt changes to make their viable.

  21. I wouldn’t mind having a couple of these for my wife and me to run around town on, but they are around 580 lbs. It weighs more than our R1200R!

  22. Yeah and costs the arm & the leg!

  23. Really I thought the biggest downside was 4 dam hours to wait for a charge that’s if you can find one haha

  24. porque,

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