BMW enters the electric scooters business with the E-Scooter, which will arrive in autumn and will have a range of 12 kilometers.

According to the company in a statement, the E-Scooter weights nine kilograms and reaches a maximum speed of 20 kilometers per hour. In addition, it includes front and rear lights and a double brake system.

The electric scooter BMW E-Scooter weights 9 kg. It is equipped with 2 separate braking systems, and integrated front and rear lights. The battery is fully charged in a maximum of 2 hours.

The BMW E-Scooter battery recharges in two hours.

The BMW E-Scooter is priced at around 799 euros. The scooters will be accessible from chosen BMW dealers, and the E-Scooter will arrive in showrooms in September.

A new trend is coming to the world of electric mobility this year: e-scooters. This is the smart form of everyday transport – and the reason why BMW Lifestyle will be expanding its compact city scooter range for young and old from September 2019. The launch of the pioneering BMW E-Scooter sees the BMW Group building on its successful cooperation with Micro (inventor of the Micro Scooter) with another compelling demonstration of innovative technology and high-quality design at work.



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