1.) No different than the effort put into their
cars and motorcycles, the styling on the C
Evolution is ;rst-rate. The C Evolution scooter
is powered by a swingarm-located drivetrain
with a liquid-cooled motor. You can choose
between four different ride modes, and there
is also a regenerative component when braking.
2.) The C Evolution contains three separate
storage modules (each comprised of 12 cells)
underneath the bodywork that is home to the
lithium-ion batteries. BMW claims an acceleration rating of 0–31mph in 2.7 seconds with
an electronically limited top speed of 75 mph
at 9200 rpm. Depending on the conditions, the
BMW scooter should also provide 62 miles
of range per battery charge, and it takes four
hours to get a full charge from empty.
3.) Maybe not as overwrought with different gauges and screens as you’d ;nd in a
535i coupe, the dashboard amenities on the
Beemer provide all you need to stay informed.
The multi-chamber lamps at the top of the
display comprise all the mandatory warning
and fault lights, including turn signals, hazard
warning lights, high beam and daytime running lights. By pressing the Info button on the
left handlebar, the rider is able to call up the
current power output, average consumption,
total power consumption, battery charge status, average speed, voltage of the on-board
electrical system and the high-voltage system,
and the remaining range.
4.) As the saying goes, “girls just want to
have fun!” www.bmwusa.com
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