Nine of the patents filed have the title ‘DC’, presumably a reference to the BMW Vision DC roadster idea unveiled final yr.
BMW Motorrad has lately filed for 11 patents in Germany, and all of those patent filings are associated to electrical bikes. The fascinating bit is that not less than 9 of those patents additionally comprise the phrase, or tags, associated to DC. This implies that BMW Motorrad could also be engaged on a manufacturing model of the Vision DC Roadster idea which was showcased final yr. Considering the truth that there are 9 separate trademark filings, there may very well be the potential for totally different kinds or variants, based mostly on the identical primary platform.
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In truth, the 9 totally different purposes might level to 9 variants of the DC, similar to road, journey, touring, roadster, and so on. and in addition with totally different battery sizes and powertrains, providing totally different vary and efficiency. The different chance is that the DC title may turn into the BMW tag of all of the German model’s electrical bikes, and BMW is now making certain that future fashions won’t face any trademark issues.
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The different two paperwork check with ‘CE 02’ and ‘CE 04’, based on newest studies from Europe. The CE collection may very well be emblems for the following line of fashions below the C Evolution title, and will embody electrical scooters as nicely, whereas the DC title is more likely to be particularly for bikes. It’s not secret that BMW has an energetic electrical car programme.
Recent patents additionally reveal a coated scooter design, and may very well be one of many future electrical two-wheelers that may very well be bunched below the CE collection. There’s been no official phrase from BMW Motorrad about its electrical two-wheeler plans but, however with rising curiosity and evolution of electrical powertrains, it is not tough to count on BMW to be on the forefront of an entire new electrical product programme.