BMW Motorrad's Concept Link deliberately leaves certain drive elements visible to show off their technical nature.
The Concept Link is finished in Liquid Metal Titanium with a semi-matte black body.
The Concept Link's design was inspired by the BMW Motorrad Vision NEXT 100, a self-balancing concept motorcycle.
A long wheelbase should help contribute to stable handling.
A head-up display helps the rider keep tabs on primary information such as speed, battery charge state and navigation, while a secondary display is for more advanced functions.
Integrated helmet storage sits above the flat-pack batteries.
The single-side rear swing-arm suspension does a nice job of showing off the Concept Link's futuristic disc wheel.
A reverse gear is included to ease maneuverability.
The seat can be configured for one or two riders.
BMW has yet to provide much in the way of specifics when it comes to the Concept Link's propulsion system.
Rider and scooter don't just share a spiritual connection, they have a digital one, too -- that's a smart jacket that can be manipulated to trigger functions on the Concept Link.
BMW isn't saying whether the Concept Link has production potential. But if it does, it won't be the company's first electric scooter.