There are already rumors that the BMW C 600 receive a brother in 400 cc version, also with engines manufactured by the Taiwanese from Kymco. The goal is to reach users with A2 license.
According to some Asian media, collaboration between Kwang Yang Motor Company and BMW could continue with a second mega scooter of 400 cc, cheaper and popular that the duo C 600 Sport/GT introduced last year.
To ensure the quality of the final product and, although all the products of the German manufacturer have a thorough quality control process, BMW could have sent a technical staff at the factory in Taiwan to oversee first-hand the entire process.
It is clear that the agreement best interest of both parties and would be the third engine made specifically for BMW after the former 2009 G450X enduro and 2012 650 cc two-cylinder. Although little is known about it, surely it would be a single-cylinder mechanics that would be about 35-40 hp to comply with the rules of the A2 license.
This close relationship with Kymco also passes through the manufacture of the electric motor of the future BMW i3, a small city car utility presented in the past Hall of Los Angeles.