It’s been nearly a year since BMW revealed their new electric motorcycle, the BMW CE 04, but today it officially goes into production at the companies motor plant in the heart of Berlin.

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Right off the bat, you’ll notice the striking design and shape of the e-motorcycle. The BMW CE 04 certainly has style, from the floating seat to the illuminated storage compartment that folds out from the side.

Check out the video below to see the bike in action, then keep reading to see if the inner workings are as futuristic as it looks.

What kind of power does the BMW CE 04 have?

The 42hp (31 kW) electric motor certainly puts this bike among the power class’s top contenders of electric motorcycles.

You’ll get a fierce acceleration of 0 to 50km/h (31 mph) in 2.6 seconds, with a top speed of 120km/h (75 mph). One of the biggest hesitations for motorcyclists to convert to electric has been the inability of most e-motorcycles to maintain adequate highway speeds, limiting them to urban-city travel. This impressive top speed aims to fix that, surpassing most highway speed limits.

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BMW promises 130km (81 miles) of range on a single charge so that you can travel far and fast. Using a quick charger will take just over an hour to charge the battery from 0% to 80%. In addition, the CE 04 is designed with multiple charging options, from plugging into a typical wall outlet to using a wall-mounted charger or recharging from public stations should you not have the ability at home.

There’s also a reverse gear, which is helpful for a heavy 230 kg (507 lb) two-wheeler such as this one.

Consumers can contact the local BMW dealerships to pre-order the bike set to release next year. Prices start at $11,795 but go up to $14,300 with additional upgrades.