Unlikely, but not impossible.
Basically, a CDI contains a capacitor, which is charged by the alternator.
A pickup signal indicates the right moment for the ignition, and the CDI discharges the capacitor through the ignition coil.
Racing CDIs generate a higher charge, which results in a stronger, more reliable spark, but puts more stress on the coil and the spark plug.
I doubt that this CDI generates a higher charge, but you never know.
Finally, which country is this? 45km/h is the legal limit for small scooters in many countries, and most scooters have limiting CDIs. A CDI with remote control is mainly to fool the police, and as such, illegal in many countries. Maybe, the dealer just wants to deny to build this into the scooter?