Americans turned BMW scooter into a work of artNovember 16, 2020
The American company Nmoto has declassified a kit that makes a functional art object out of a BMW C400X scooter.
So, a package called Golden Age provides for the installation of a new body on a German motorcycle. Nmoto is currently not disclosing full details about the Golden Age kit, but has confirmed that the C400X will retain the 350cc 35hp engine. and will have a low center of gravity.
As noted in Nmoto, their set of improvements is already completely ready, and now the development of the first “live” concept is underway. It is supposed to debut next spring.
According to the developers, the Golden Age kit will give the scooter a curvy Art Deco styling with bulging fenders on both the front and rear wheels. Also worth noting is the presence of a large round headlight, an original windshield and a unique leather seat. Nmoto says customers will be able to order the kit in several different color combinations.
In addition, some time ago, Benelli revealed details about the Leoncino 800 and Leoncino 800 Trail motorcycles. It should be emphasized that both models meet the new Euro 5 emission standards, but have not yet disclosed the cost of the retro duo.
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