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Thursday, November 22, 2018

Vespampère electric scooter concept with a cantilevered seat

The Vespampère is slim, light and stylish, recalling a vintage classic from 1946 with an electric motor and other contemporary technological tweaks to bring it in tune with the modern era. Among other neat twists, a mobile phone becomes an integrated component, effectively serving as the vehicle’s dashboard.
Giulio Iacchetti's Vespampère is a free reinterpretation of the classic 98cc Vespa with a cantilevered seat and electric motor. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2OUpj3W)
This is an Italian designer Giulio Iacchetti’s fresh model draws inspiration from the film-famous silhouette of historical of the first Piaggio’s 98cc scooter named Vespa 98 models launched in 1946, and now returning to the lighter look of original models (a plus for urban maneuverability).
The 98cc scooter models named Vespa 98 launched in 1946 was the inspiration sources of Giulio Iacchetti’s fresh concept model above. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Bn1rlU)
Yes, he developed a model that links to tradition, yet at the same time features a slim, ecological body, for greater agility in city traffic. Off course it's contrary to the latest generations, which have gotten ‘heavier’ over the years, everything deemed superfluous has been eliminated in these Vespampère’s design.
2013 Vespa 946 also inspired by the 1946 Vespa 98 and a version production of Quarantasei scooter concept made its debut in 2012. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Bog1cR)
At glance, the Giulio Iacchetti’s Vespampère scooter design was resembles the Vespa 946 (above) which also inspired by the 1946 Vespa 98 and the version production of Quarantasei scooter concept, but the 946 was more heavier due to carries a 125cc 3-valve air-cooled conventional engine and and its body also looks longer....
There're slim rear-view mirrors contain the turn signals. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2OUpj3W)
These minimalist, and lightweight version of the scooter sees the typical lateral shells removed in light of its electric motor, which occupies much less space than the traditional gas one.
The phone recharges from the vehicle’s electrical system and is weatherproof thanks to a transparent cover. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2OUpj3W)
All controls, the speedometer, fuel gauge and lights are accessed through an app by using wireless connection while a special compartment for storing a smartphone has been created on the dash.
Beside the cantilevered seat links back to the very first vespa launched by the company in 1946 also skid-proof rubber segments on the footboard add another unusual, appealing detail. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2OUpj3W)
The phone can charge off the vehicle’s on-board electrical system, slim rear-view mirrors feature turn signals, and the cantilevered seat links back to the very first Vespa launched by the company over a half-century ago.
Unfortunately, the Vespampère project is just an exercise in style and a Giulio Iacchetti's personal interpretation of the "Vespa" scooter that is owned by Piaggo & C. S.p.A., it must not be intended as a prototype to be produced and sold. Wanna see the beautiful Libelle!

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GIULIO IACCHETTI | BEHANCE | WEB URBANIST | DESIGNBOOM]
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