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BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
 
 
Based on the BMW Group's sustainability strategy, BMW Motorrad aims to put a premium offer on the market in the area of electromobility in the foreseeable future. At the Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA), BMW will be presenting its design concept in this area for the first time: "BMW Concept e".
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
The design study BMW Concept e embodies the vision of an electrically powered scooter made by BMW Motorrad.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
Increasing limitations in traffic space, growing traffic density as well as both ecological and economical challenges give rise to new demands in the area of private transport in the major conurbation areas in particular.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
The battery is charged at regular household power sockets as found in Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan, There is no need for a special charging station. When the battery is completely flat, the charging period is less than three hours. Practical experience with concept vehicles has already shown that the battery rarely runs out completely, so charging times are generally shorter.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
With its Concept e, BMW Motorrad shows how attractive and fascinating the interpretation of the theme of electrical drive on two wheels can be in terms of design, while at the same time attracting attention to its new business area "Urban Mobility".
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
The Concept e is a vision: BMW Motorrad designers have developed the style and shaping of the e-scooter of the future - electric, digital, dynamic. The designers deliberately allowed themselves plenty of freedom so as to be able to strike out new, creative paths in the design of components and surfaces.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
So the design concept study Concept e is more than just an idea for a new vehicle. In addition to technical functionality and quality, the BMW Motorrad designers attach importance to an emotional dialogue between rider and vehicle.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
So in the case of the Concept e, the main aim was to translate the special character of electric drive technology to the vehicle's outward appearance.
BMW's Concept E Electric Scooter
The battery is charged at regular household power sockets as found in Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan, There is no need for a special charging station. When the battery is completely flat, the charging period is less than three hours. Practical experience with concept vehicles has already shown that the battery rarely runs out completely, so charging times are generally shorter.
 
 
 
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