Published on January 10th, 2023 | by Sounder Rajen0
BMW Motorrad Malaysia introduces New CE 04 Electric Motorcycle
The BMW CE 04 represents the future of electric mobility in Malaysia
BMW Group Malaysia held an extremely exciting event today where the brand unveiled a number of impressive new models including the all new 2023 BMW 3 series lineup of sedans and an all new, shocking, all-electric motorcycle called the BMW CE 04 and it represents a new chapter in electrified Urban Mobility for Malaysia.
That’s right, BMW Motorrad Malaysia has just announced the arrival of the all new all-electric BMW CE 04 to electrify the brand’s motorcycle portfolio for the first time. With the introduction of this bike, BMW Motorrad has shown off its ambitions for electrification in both the urban mobility and two-wheel scene in Malaysia.
Moreover, Hans de Visser, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia said, “To usher in the start of the new year, we are excited to introduce the New BMW CE 04 that is set to redefine emotive motorcycling for the urban mobility crowd in Malaysia.”
“A combination of futuristic form with tried-and-tested functionality, the New BMW CE 04 represents our ideals for Responsible and Sustainable mobility.” He added. This is a very accurate representation of everything we saw at the event today as all the BMW products were very stylish and packed with technology.
Hans de Visser concluded with, “With plans for all future urban mobility models to be purely electric, we are going beyond just introducing new, innovative models for our customers, but are also taking the lead in reshaping the landscape as a whole.”
On top of that, the BMW CE 04 was first unveiled as the BMW Motorrad Definition CE 04 and it was the newest urban mobility scooter from the brand to offer a futuristic ride equipped with the latest technology in not just electromobility, but also connectivity. It was and still is truly ahead of its time.
Additionally, the BMW CE 04 is powered by a motor that generates a maximum output of 31kW and 62Nm of torque which gives this all-electric bike a 0 to 100km/h time of just 2.6 seconds with a top speed of 120km/h. This makes the bike perfect for daily use in busy cities.
Furthermore, the BMW CE 004 is also equipped with a 8.9kWh battery with a maximum range of 130km. This lithium-ion battery can be charged to full from 0 in 4 hours and 20 minutes with a 2.3kW power output but this can be reduced to 1 hour and 40 minutes if the power output is increased to 6.9kW.
What do you guys think of the BMW CE 04? Do you think that the future of BMW electromobility in Malaysia is looking good? I think so and I hope that as the infrastructure improves here in Malaysia, so will the quality and value of electric vehicles (EVs) too.