In India, the BMW CE02 has been observed in testing. Two BMW EV test scooters were spotted in Karnataka, and here’s what we know about them.

The CE02 is already available in the foreign market for USD 7,599 (roughly Rs. 6.27 lakh sans taxes). When compared to the electric scooters available in India, this is a pretty pricey option. As a result, the BMW CE02 might be utilised for benchmarking. It is powered by a 2kWh battery, and consumers can choose between a single and dual battery configuration. It is powered by a belt-driven engine and has a top speed of 45kmph and a range of 45km on a single battery.

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Ride modes, LED illumination, reverse gear, keyless operation, USB charging port, 3.5-inch TFT, ABS, and other features are included. The BMW CE02 also comes with a slew of extras, including a top case, soft seats, luggage set, and windscreen.

It has USD front forks, adjustable rear shocks, and 239mm front and 220mm rear disc brakes. The CE02 has 14-inch wheels with 120/80 front and 150/70 rear rubber. While the CE02 electric scooter appears to be fairly unique with its slim shape and simple overall construction, it is unlikely to make its appearance in the United States anytime soon because there are far more inexpensive and practical options accessible here. For comparison, the Ola S1X costs Rs. 89,999 and the Ather 450S costs Rs. 1.29 lakh (both ex-showroom, Bengaluru).