See photos of the BMW’s C evolution scooter.
- Peter Schwarzenbauer, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG; MINI, BMW Motorrad, Rolls-Royce, Aftersales BMW Group with the BMW BMW C evolution, which BMW promises for production in 2014.
- The BMW C evolution battery casing is die-cast aluminum and acts as a load bearing chassis element.
- The drivetrain swing arm and liquid-cooled alternator are positioned behind the battery casing.
- Rear suspension consists of a single strut placed on the left-hand side, directly controlled and adjustable at the spring mount.
- BMW asserts the C evolution can contend with comparable combustion enging maxi scooters already on the market.
- No MSRP or release date have been specified by BMW for the C evolution.
- The "electric green" highlight color is meant to reflect the C evolution's environmental compatibility.
- The instrument panel displays battery power, speed, energy balance and a host of other information.
- The C evolution utilizes existing car-type charging sockets.
- BMW estimates the C evolution will top out at around 75 mph.
- BMW is testing the C evolution in real world situations during the London Olympics.
- BMW designed the C evolution to look sporty and futuristic.