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NMoto Golden Age Transforms BMW Scooter Into Art Deco Streamliner

NMoto Golden Age Transforms BMW Scooter Into Art Deco Streamliner

NMoto, an exclusive motorcycle manufacturer based out of Miami, has revealed its latest project, reworking the BMW C400X with a retro streamliner kit.

Dubbed the Golden Age, the design is inspired by the 1936 K.J Henderson Courtney Prototype created during the height of the Art Deco movement. The carbon fiber body kit features rounded front and rear subframes, a distinct double-nosed kidney grille inspired by BMW’s recent designs, Golden Age badges along the rear, and nostalgic headlights and turn signals. A Diamond Stitch leather seat offers a dash of premium comfort, and the rear FlexCase storage is large enough to fit two helmets.

The BMW C400X is designed to be the ideal daily driver for smooth city cruising, equipped with a 2020 350cc engine capable of tops speeds of over 90 mph and Automatic Stability Control. While mature in appearance, the NMoto Golden Age maintains the bike’s latest specs and technology including Bluetooth connectivity, heated seats, and a multifunction display.

Production is limited to 100 units worldwide, and body kit prices start at $12,490 USD. Aside from the Boba-Fett-Like colorway highlighted in the campaign images, “Maroon/White,” “Red/Black,” and “Black/Brown” color options are also available. The full range is now available for order on the NMoto website.

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