This RAVENOL coolant is G11, suitable for VW and Mercedes Benz.
BMW uses G48 compliant coolant which is manufactured for them by BASF.
Could be, I don't know. I have no personal knowledge about what BMW uses or doesn't use. All the European based coolants appeared to be made by BASF and relabeled by others.
I know that in other BMW motorcycle owner forums the Ravenol was reported to be the right stuff. What you're posting is new to me.
There are several brands of G48 coolant available. Including US made Zerex.
Here's an interesting quote from the Zerex product sheet:
"Zerex G 48 is compatible with better brands of coolant
What I found in the coolants charts is G48 is dyed a bluish green color, while G11 is a deep blue color, which is the color of my coolant.
I also saw that BMW appears to use both G11 and G48, and in some on-line sources it says that G48 and G11 can be mixed together with the G11 having a higher silicate content. From the verbiage of what I've read, it appears that G11 is an older spec while the newer G48 is more environmentally friendly, made with organic compounds.