We know BMW because of its super luxury cars, but the automobile company is also doing a remarkable job in its motorcycle division as well. And, the updated version of BMW’s C evolution scooter is just the result of it, which is going to hit the US market soon.
So, let’s see what distinguishes the new version from its predecessor.
The scooter is fully capable of producing a continuous 26 horsepower which is more than enough to give it a speed up to 80mph.
Practically, the scooter is not designed to break any speed record. Instead, it’s been launched to fulfill the basic traveling needs of its audience.
The scooter has 94 amp hours which performs similar to Samsung lithium ion batteries. Moreover, the aerodynamic optimized cooling air shaft makes it a sustainable option against heat dissipation.
However, you have to wait a little more about the pricing details because the company hasn’t revealed such a news in any of its press releases yet.
Ford officially announced that all of its 2017 models: be it a luxury car, light truck, SUV and EV is smartphone-ready.
It means that all the upcoming models of Ford are fully loaded with Sync3 entertainment system and are compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Those who have already bought any of Ford’s 2017 models must be enjoying such an incredible addition. It allows people to access music, maps and messages on their vehicle’s screen. Isn’t that amazing?
And this is what Chuck Gray, Ford’s global director of electrical and electronic systems engineering has to say about the technological implementation.
“We developed one platform –Sync3 – and have been able to quickly offer the technology across our lineup. Customers considering a new vehicle can now choose any 2017 model year Ford car, SUV, light truck or electrified vehicle with Sync3 and be able to access their favorite apps.”
Unlike other automobile companies that offer advance features to limited editions only, Ford is taking a step further and introducing Sync3 to all its 2017 models which is a commendable step towards customer satisfaction.
“Ford is not taking the traditional approach of introducing Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto on a few piecemeal models or as an expensive option on luxury vehicles only,” said Jeffery Hannah from automotive technology research firm SBD.