A 10-inch touch-screen BMW CE04-based electric scooter has been

  • The final production version of the BMW CE04 appears to have stepped out of a sci-fi movie straight into the real world. Here's a rundown of everything you can expect from this stylish electric scooter.

    Remember the eye-catching BMW Definition CE04 electric scooter concept that was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in November of last year? Now, the good news is that the production version of the same has recently been discovered in testing. Interested in hearing something even better? The final production model bears a striking resemblance to the concept model, and as a result, the electric scooter appears to have stepped out of a sci-fi movie and into the real world. A large apron, as well as a V-shaped sleek-looking LED headlamp, take up most of the space in the front of the vehicle. The battery pack and electric motor of the scooter are cleverly concealed beneath the seat. The rear of the vehicle is equipped with a tyre hugger that accommodates the registration number plate as well as the turn indicators.

    If you look closely, you can see that the BMW electric scooter has two different positions for your legs, similar to what you might have seen on the Suzuki Burgman Street, which is currently on sale in India. Now comes one of the most intriguing sections of the story. The BMW electric scooter is equipped with a massive 10-inch TFT coloured instrument cluster, which should be able to display a plethora of information. Furthermore, the system should be capable of supporting smartphone Bluetooth connectivity in order to provide greater convenience to the rider.

     

     

    The scooter's specifications have not been released by the German manufacturer as of this writing. However, based on the product's positioning, it is reasonable to anticipate a top speed in excess of 100 kmph from this electric vehicle. BMW's electric scooter will soon be available in international markets, and it is only a matter of time before this happens. The introduction of the same in India is highly unlikely at this time due to a variety of factors, the most significant of which is the infancy of charging infrastructure in the country, as well as the high cost of the device.