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Standing still to 50kph in a little over two seconds
This lithium-ion battery gets charged using the bikes own inbuilt charging device. This can be done at an ordinary socket in the wall of your shed or at a more specific wallbox as well as at any public charging station. It’ll take four hours and 20 minutes for a full charge on a completely flat battery. The quick charger, which is an optional extra, reduces that time all the way back to one hour an 40 minutes. Using the quick charger on a battery that only has 20% life left in it will only take 45 minutes. A cable comes as standard.
A traction control system exactly the same as the one already being used in the BMW Motorrad range is used. ASC controls rear wheel slip by managing engine torque. Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), is available as an optional extra. It basically stops it from ‘stepping’ out under acceleration.
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