BMW CE 04 All-Electric Motorcycle Officially Introduced in Malaysia: Estimated Cost RM60,000

BMW is likely one of the pioneers on the subject of electrical automobiles in Malaysia, however this primarily applies to all-wheel drive variations. Now, the German model has formally expanded its EV choices to incorporate a two-wheeled mannequin within the type of the BMW CE 04.

Because the title suggests, this all-electric scooter is positioned alongside the model’s present C-Sequence electrical mobility merchandise. In actual fact, the “04” within the title is a reference to the 400cc scooter market phase that BMW Motorrad Malaysia presently serves by the C 400 X and C 400 GT.

BMW CE 04 Malaysia Launch

Regardless of its affiliation with the 400cc class, BMW Malaysia confirmed to Lowyat.NET that bike house owners don’t want to carry a full B license to journey the bike. In different phrases, you may solely legally use the electrical scooter with a B2 (<250cc) driver's license.

With a design paying homage to Bulma’s Dragon Ball sequence bikes, the CE 04 is provided with an 8.9kWh lithium-ion battery that may be charged by way of a Kind 2 connector. This implies house owners can cost it in EV chargers normally utilized by vehicles and the bike might be charged in about 1 hour 40 minutes with a 6.9kW charger or 4 hours and 20 minutes with a 2.3kW charger.

BMW CE 04 Malaysia Launch


Engaged on a 31kw electrical motor with a most torque of 62 Nm and related to the rear wheel by way of toothed belt drive, the electrical scooter has a most pace of 130km/h and may speed up from 0 to 50km/h in 2.6 seconds. When absolutely charged the CE 04 can journey as much as 130 km.

House owners can use the CE 04 in three totally different driving modes, together with Eco, Rain and Street. Naturally, the Anti-Lock Braking System is customary on the bike in addition to Automated Stability Management.

BMW Malaysia didn’t reveal a precise launch date for the CE 04 at as we speak’s launch occasion. The identical goes for the value tag, however Hans de Visser, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia, acknowledged through the media Q&A session that the estimated value is round RM 60,000.

It is a growing story. Please refresh this story for the newest data and extra dwell photos of the brand new BMW CE 04 because it goes by the official launch occasion in Malaysia.

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