BMW’s Concept CE 02 Is A Lightweight E-Moto Aimed At Youthful Riders

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The urban mobility landscape is in the midst of a monumental shift as commuters continue to embrace new alternatives to traditional means of transportation like lightweight EVs and last-mile vehicles. BMW has consistently demonstrated its aim to get in on the trend with releases such as EV Cargo trike concept and new CE 04 electric scooter, though the Bavarian brand is now taking another step in this more sustainable direction with the reveal of its Concept CE 02.

Straddling the line between electric motorcycle and scooter, the Concept CE 02 was specifically engineered to appeal to younger riders. As such, the single-track EV features a sub 265b curb weight, a low and approachable 28.7″ seat height, and an 11kW (or 14.75hp) output. The belt-driven concept also boasts a top speed of just over 55mph and an approximately 55-mile range. In a similar fashion to the CE 04 production model, the CE 02 also sports a wildly sleek frame and bodywork design, complete with quad-LED headlight arrangement, a translucent dual LED taillight, an underslung rack that can carry a skateboard (and allow said skateboard to act as a footrest), a single-sided swing-arm paired with an off-set mono-shock, an inverted front end with fork guards, a modern take on a scrambler-style seat, a color display, and a set of 15″ disc wheels front and back. To see more of BMW Motorrad’s Concept CE 02, you can visit the link below.

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Photo: BMW Motorrad
Photo: BMW Motorrad
Photo: BMW Motorrad