Turn your BMW adventure electric car into an art deco masterpiece
Most electric bikes are not very cool. Vespas clearly passed. The same is true for Honda Ruckus, because it is both weird and utilitarian. A Quadrophenia-role-playing Lambretta also has my respect, but what about other things? This will be a tough sale.
Take BMW C400x as an example. Is there any particular mistake or weirdness? No, this is a reasonable and reasonably priced motorized transportation. Frankly speaking, I am a fan of it. However, I just can't overcome its inherent non-motorcycle performance, which is why a company in Florida called NMoto proposed my standard.
The kit made its debut recently and is called the "Golden Age". As you can see from the image, it takes the humble C400x and transforms it into an alternative historical splendor for Art Deco. How does it do it? Okay, the toolkit hasn't officially unveiled yet, but we suspect it will take up a lot of money and spend a lot of time, but the result is worth it.
I like the golden age foam fenders and round headlight pods, but I definitely like the narrow front grille of the pre-war BMW. The execution of the whole thing is better than it deserves.
If you are curious about the C400x based on this concept, its 350 cc engine can provide 34 horsepower and 26 pound-feet of torque. The energy is transmitted through the CVT gearbox, which is a fairly standard fare for electric vehicles. This thing also has enough storage space, a large gas tank and a nice, relaxed riding posture, again because of: electric bikes. In the end, BMW charged a fee of $6,795 for this, which became expensive as electric vehicles moved, but it was cheaper compared to cars or most European motorcycles.
NMoto said the design work has been completed, but it is still in the prototype stage and hopes to make the golden age debut sometime in the spring of 2020. This should give me enough time to start buying gears, which will make me look more beautiful and more like a nominal character in Disney's Rocketer.