2018 BMW C Evolution Scooter Review

When it comes to two-wheeled practicality in an urban environment, it’s hard to beat a scooter. Perhaps that is why, in much of the world, you’ll see cities crawling with them. Scooters are easy to maneuver, easy to park, and most offer some cargo carrying capacity. They’re perfect for commuting or running out to pick up some groceries.

BMW has classified its three scooter models as urban mobility vehicles, with the C Evolution being the company’s only electric entry in the category. Outwardly, the C Evo resembles its closest sibling the BMW C 650 GT in many ways, but the similarities are only skin deep.

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BestRex says:

I test rode that baby last summer, and it felt superb! It’s absolutely smooth, and very quiet. It has no vibrations at all (unlike its gasoline counterpart C650GT). Throttle response is absolutely instant, and there’s very much torque everywhere from 0 rpm up to the redline. Acceleration is very strong and rapid. Handling is superb due to very rigid frame – bike handles very good and easily (again, better than its gasoline counterpart). By the way, it has reverse. Brakes are quite weak – worse than on other BMWs. Such expensive bike should have better brakes for sure. Stock screen are not tall enough, and stock seat are to firm. Both of this issues can be addressed since accessories catalogue has both tall screen and comfort seat. Again, for such a price as this bike costs these parts should be stock – not an accessories.

Other than that this bike is flawless. And it’s REALLY fun and cool to ride. I’d definitely buy it if I had a lot of money. Sadly, I don’t.

Guest Ahole says:

Why do they cut the floor boards short? I want my feet underneath me, not forward. That’s why I’ll never give up my Helix.

Sweeptheleg ! says:

Cool, but can it do wheelies?

Screeex says:

Its so ugly..

Broadcast Channel says:

I always love electric vehicle

MotoRider DK says:

Needs engine sound…

Benjamin Hasselgren says:

Interesting how this will compare to Niu Project X (when it comes out in the end of the year or early next year).

no knee down ian says:

A bit disappointing that the battery life hasn’t been improved since its original launch years ago

Francois Brice says:

You forgot to mention about the weight and handling at low speed… These things need heavy batteries and this is a challenge for competing against other petrol powered scooters

Michael Moretti says:

I know we’re not supposed to respect scooters – they don’t have the “coolness” of REAL motorcycles.

But, the truth is, they’re VERY nice rides – comfortable, quiet, EASY to control, cheap to run and maintain. In many ways, scooters are superior to motorcycles.

If scooters looked as cool as motorcycles, and had anywhere near the high-end power, they would be MUCH more popular than they are now. And, the way the emissions Nazis are going in Europe, it’s entirely possible that scooters will be the predominant means of 2-wheeled transport in a few decades time.

Becker Inal says:

Range Anxiety is all I can say

Gene Long says:

It’s a $10000 bicycle. Never work in Texas

smith jones says:

Pretty neat. I wouldn’t buy one, but I’m glad it exists.

ham_sandwich says:

look kids, an electric sofa

Romina Talpos says:

Thank you for this video! :*

Ja sam says:

Do you know what a REVIEW is?
Hint: it’s not reading spec sheet over few shots of driving while playing dumb music in background -.-


two wheels on battery ???
no way !!!

SunzOffski says:

Seems all the money has gone in to the batteries and motor?
The rear shock, forks, wheels and brakes look budget and rather ancient, especially considering the cost of this machine. (£12,250)

Human Nature says:

Finally a decent review on this Maxi. I am on the fence buying it but I would really wanna use it for commuting to work and back.

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