The new BMW C evolution.

Posted on 12. Sep, 2016 by in BMW Canada

The new BMW C evolution innovative e-mobility on dual wheels.

For years now, there have been extreme changes in a direct for
sold mobility concepts, in sold in conurbations.
Constantly expanding trade volumes, rising appetite costs and
increasingly severe CO2 restrictions on inner-city trade – these
are a hurdles that electrically powered vehicles consistently
set out to tackle. Following a BMW Group’s sustainability strategy
and together to BMW i in a vehicle sector, BMW Motorrad moved
into a margin of electric mobility during a really early theatre in 2012,
eventually putting brazen a convincing matter in a form of the
C expansion e-scooter.

Increased e-performance and a European chronicle that meets the
mandate for a A1 pushing licence. Ranges of 160 and
100 kilometres respectively. With a new C evolution, available
in dual variants in destiny
the Long Range chronicle and
a European chronicle that meets a mandate for a A1 driving
looseness
BMW Motorrad now raises a benchmark in the
e‑scooter shred to a new level. Featuring a new era of
batteries with a dungeon ability of 94 Ah, as used in a stream BMW
i3, a operation has been significantly extended. What is more, a new
assign wire with a smaller hole is now enclosed as standard.
New discretionary accessories such as a smartphone cradle also mean
there are now many some-more ways to customise a BMW C evolution.

In a new C evolution Long Range a continual outlay is 19 kW
(26 hp), 8 kW (11 hp) some-more than in a prototype model, while the
operation has been significantly extended to approximately 160
kilometres. The tip speed is 129 km/h (electronically limited).

In a A1 pushing looseness chronicle (Europe only), a new
C evolution has an outlay of 11 kW (15 hp). The operation here is around
100 kilometres, with a tip speed of 120 km/h.

Dynamic paint finishes in Ionic Silver lead / Electric
Green. Last though not least, a new BMW C evolution now steps
into a limelight with a polished visible appearance. Both versions
of a new C evolution are accessible in a new paint finish Ionic
Silver lead / Electric Green, total with a contrasting
colour Blackstorm metallic. A new striking has also been combined to the
centre hovel trim in a Long Range version. Already accessible in
Germany, France, Italy, Spain, a United Kingdom, Switzerland,
Austria, a Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Ireland and
China, a C evolution is now also due to be launched in a USA,
Japan, South Korea and Russia.

An overview of a highlights:

  • Innovative electric expostulate around drivetrain pitch arm with
    liquid-cooled e‑motor, tooth belt and heavenly gear.
  • Significantly increasing operation due to lengthened battery cell
    ability of 94 Ah (previously 60 Ah).
  • Long Range version: 19 kW (26 hp) continual outlay and 35 kW
    (48 hp) rise output. Top speed 129 km/h, operation approx. 160 km.
  • A1 pushing looseness chronicle (Europe only): 11 kW (15 hp)
    continual outlay and 35 kW (48 hp) rise output. Top speed
    120 km/h, operation approx. 100 km.
  • Intelligent recuperation in coasting mode and when braking.
  • Standard assign wire with smaller diameter.
  • Short charging times possible.
  • Synergy effects with BMW automobiles and electrical safety
    according to automobile standards.
  • Hybrid framework with flexible doing due to low centre of gravity.
  • Powerful braking complement with ABS.
  • Extensive operation of customary facilities including multifunctional
    TFT instrument cluster, LED daytime using light, LED turn
    indicators, several roving modes, retreat support and Torque
    Control Assist (TCA).
  • New paint finishes Ionic Silver lead / Electric Green.
  • High-end sum such as coloured windshield and colour chair seams.

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