This will be India's first Bmw real maxi scooter

In an unprecedented move, BMW Motorrad India has teased the arrival of its maxi-scooter, the C 400 GT. Though the Bavarian brand is yet to announce the launch date, it is likely that the maxi-scooter will hit our shores next month.

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BMW Motorrad updated its maxi-scooter duo, the C 400 GT and C 400 X, earlier this year. While the former is intended for excursions, the latter is intended for urban mobility. Interestingly, the teaser image uses the hashtag "urban mobility", while the scooter in the image appears to be the Gran Turismo version.


The 2021 iteration of the BMW C 400 GT features the same aggressive design as the previous model. Everything screams premium, from the quad LED headlight to the integrated indicators and keyless ignition. Being a maxi-scooter, the C400 GT doesn't fall short on storage either and comes with up to 45 liters of storage space, along with a glove box with a USB port for charging your phone.


The BMW C 400 GT uses a 350cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor that churns out a healthy 34PS and 35Nm. Yes, the maxi-scooter packs more performance than the BMW G 310 GS which produces 34PS and 28NM. But not that you would be tempted to buy the GT over the GS. The list of features on the BMW C 400 GT includes a TFT dashboard with Bluetooth connectivity, automatic stability control (ASC) and dual-channel ABS as standard.


BMW Motorrad has equipped the maxi-scooter with equally impressive hardware. The C400 GT rides on a telescopic fork and has a pair of preload-adjustable shocks at the rear. BMW has reworked the braking system, and now comes with dual disc up front with new brake calipers.


The BMW C 400 GT price in UK has been kept at GBP 7,290, which is approximately Rs 7.5 lakh. In India, the maxi-scooter is likely to cost around Rs 7 lakh, which will make it an expensive proposition. But if you're looking for a maxi-scooter, your options are limited to this beamer, until Honda decides to surprise us with the Forza 350.

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