BMW C 400 GT launched at Rs 9.95 lakh

    The BMW C 400 GT features full-LED lights, keyless ignition, USB charging and a TFT display.

    Published On Oct 12, 2021 01:23:00 PM


    BMW C 400 GT launched at Rs 9.95 lakh

    BMW has launched the C 400 GT maxi-scooter in India at Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom, India). It is currently the most powerful and most expensive scooter on sale in India.

    • It produces 34hp and 35Nm from a 350cc engine

    • India’s only full-sized maxi scooter

    • Gets traction control and ride modes

    Powering the BMW C 400 GT is a 34hp, 35Nm, 350cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that is paired with a CVT gearbox. BMW claims that the C 400 GT manages 0-100kph in 9.5 seconds and has a top speed of over 139kph.

    Mr Vikram Pawah, president, BMW Group India said, “The launch of the all-new BMW C 400 GT heralds a new era in the urban mobility segment in India. This progressive and agile midsize scooter is designed to conquer the city and long touring destinations with ease. Whether riding into the city centre, travelling to the office or enjoying a weekend tour, the all-new BMW C 400 GT is the perfect partner to enjoy riding to the fullest – not just alone, but with a passenger too.”

    The BMW C 400 GT’s large body panels, LED lights and compact tail section make its design striking. The scooter uses a 15-inch wheels at the front and a 14-incher at the rear. BMW has said the smaller rear wheel allows for increased storage space. 

    Braking is handled by a twin disc setup at the front and a single disc at the rear with safety equipment including ABS, traction control and ride modes. Other features include full-LED lights, keyless ignition, USB charging and a TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity.

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