BMW joint scooter, do you want it?
At the peak of commuting, finding a parking space has become a major problem. In Europe and the United States, electric scooters have become more and more popular, and many places have begun to share electric scooters. They are flexible, lightweight and environmentally friendly, and are recognized by the automotive industry.
The BMW Group believes that electric scooters are an intelligent manifestation of daily traffic, so in September this year, the BMW Life Series will expand the city scooter as an expansion of its product portfolio. The debut of the BMW E-Scooter (BMW electric scooter) is a successful collaboration between the BMW Group and the micro (Migumi High Scooter) and a new showcase of innovative technology and high quality design.
The new BMW E-Scooter (BMW electric scooter) has a speed of up to 12 km/h, allowing the rider to reach the destination faster than the last mile. Equipped with two independent brake systems and built-in front and rear lights for a safer riding experience. In addition, this compact scooter (weighing only 9 kg) can be easily folded for easy storage and city life.
The 150-watt motor and lithium-ion battery concealed design blends perfectly into the pedals and rear wheels, and the compact design makes the most of every inch, making the BMW E-Scooter a good partner for everyday life. After the power consumption is completed, it takes only 2 hours to fully re-start. Micro's black matt logo and BMW's classic blue propeller logo are the perfect match.
As the first collaboration between the BMW Group and micro, in addition to electric scooters, the series also has adult scooters and children's scooters. The BMW City Scooter is designed to be simple and easy to carry, and the triple-protected folding design and locking system make folding easy and reliable. The sunken design of the pedals is equipped with an integrated tripod, and the wide wheels make the city commute more comfortable. Once the destination is reached, the BMW City Scooter can be parked in a compact manner.
The height-adjustable BMW Kids Scooter allows children to experience glide from a very young age. The 3-year-old child can use the scooter to practice balancing skills, and there is storage space under the seat so that children can store their favorite toys. As the age and height increase, the seat can be removed and the lever extended to adjust the handle height to the proper position. The BMW Kids Scooter is available in black/orange and white/raspberry red.
In Switzerland, BMW is launching the i3s San Marino version, a special model with an integrated Micro electric scooter. In the position of the rear trunk, a fixed device is provided for the scooter, so that the scooter can be transported and loaded safely and safely while driving. The BMW i3s San Marino version of the car and the micro scooter are painted with matching San Marino blue. Through this eco-friendly way, users can park in a convenient location and then ride a scooter to their final destination.