BMW and Husqvarna unveiled an electric dirt bike concept earlier this month, but the German manufacturer knows that the E-Go is only aimed at a specific demographic. So BMW is upping its game at the other end of the spectrum, in the scooter market.
The BMW Motorrad Concept E is an all-electric, emission free scooter, that BMW hopes will be a force in the urban transportation market. The electric scooter reportedly gets 60 miles on a charge and can be recharged in just three hours.
Here's a video of the BMW Motorrad Concept E.
With the E-Go and the Motorrad, it looks like BMW is really starting to take this electric vehicle market seriously.
BMW is expected to release two premium scooters at the end of this year as the company starts to focus more on "Urban Mobility." Hopefully the Concept E joins the "Urban Mobility" lineup soon.