The new BMW Motorrad X2City is yet another fresh new face at the BMW Group in the segment of zero-emissions mobility on two wheels. The kick-scooter with electric auxiliary drive is light and compact and takes its rider where he wants to go regardless of traffic back-ups, shortage of parking space and public transport timetables. Available in shops from the end of 2017 on a price not yet been fixed below € 2,500.-.
With a top speed of up to 25 km/h and an electric range of around 25 to 35 kilometres, the BMW Motorrad X2City is predestined for ever-more congested city traffic conditions. With this kick-scooter, BMW Motorrad is sending out another clear signal showing its commitment to developing sustainable and innovative solutions for the urban single-track mobility of the future. The X2City is classified as a “Pedelec25” requiring no helmet or driving licence for every one aged 14 and over.
The BMW Motorrad X2City is a result of a cooperation between BMW Motorrad and ZEG and its brands Kettler, Bulls, Pegasus, Hercules and others. Correspondingly the kick-scooter is not distributed via the BMW Motorrad dealer network, but by selected bicycle shops and via the online shop of KETTLER Alu-Rad GmbH. Servicing and warranty processing are also handled by the the bicycle business. This sales channel gives BMW Motorrad access to new target groups beyond the conventional motorcycle segments.