The BMW Motorrad E is Designed for Freeway Driving

By: Michael Hines - Published: Sep 15, 2011 • References: egmcartech & dvice
The face of the BMW Motorrad E has finally been revealed after being teased for months. BMW's latest concept sits on two wheels and is powered by electricity. The Motorrad E has a futuristic and fierce look reminiscent of BMW's new i-series concept cars.

The BMW Motorrad E is powered solely by electricity and has a maximum range of 62 miles. Unlike electric vehicles that need a special charger, the Motorrad E can be charged from a household outlet with a top up required every three hours. The frame of the Motorrad E is designed to be strong enough to take on highways and rough roads. Speed specs have not yet been revealed, but the Motorra E would at least need to be able to hit 55 MPH to safely travel on American highways. Stats for Commuter Eco-Scooters (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Mild
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