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Monday, October 14, 2019

Libelle concept in between obsession and dream

The existence of a scooter in the midst of modern society that been began in the early 20th century seems not only to be used as one of reliable means of transportations, but also gives a special touch of art. It can be seen in the physical form of this transportation that varies ranging from cute to big and strong.
Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
All of those scooters are created from the skilled hands of designers and engineers who have built them starting from the design up to becoming the real forms with a touch of qualified engineering added with high-level art.

So do not be surprised if many of the classic scooter models are used as a source of inspiration for automotive designers today in making the design of the future vehicles. For example, the following is a design concept created by a participant in an internship at Mercedes Benz Design Stuttgart and later used as her diploma thesis supported by the German automotive giant, Daimler AG. The designer of this future scooter concept is an industrial design student from Bielefeld named Anneke Bastert.
Left side view of Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
The scooter design concept she made was given the name Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept. The future scooter design is described as a nimble urban two-wheeled vehicle with unique features that support practical, comfortable and contemporary transportation facilities that are conceptualized as contemporary family scooters. Besides the environmentally friendly scooters are also intended as an answer to traffic and parking problems for urban community, and are sophisicated designed to replace the city car.
An elegant handlebar of Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
It was also mentioned that the Libelle scooter concept designer had an obsession to 'revive' the figure of an elegant, comfortable, all-round Bastert Einspurauto scooters, then took it as a source of inspiration. For information, the classic Bastert Einspurauto scooters were made in Bielefeld, Germany in the 1950s.
Nice and spacious footboard of Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
Seen from the body shape of the Libelle concept is designed so elegantly, then there is a protective and windshield made of acrylic material that is able to give a gentle breeze and in the same time keeping the rider from the rain. (Is it true?) Then there is also a fusion of two forms become into one elegant handlebar and then supported by a comfortable seater.
An elegant handlebar of Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
As the feet on this beautiful Libelle scooter concept, a pair of 16" in diameter tires are also installed to ensure an easy, stable driving, and comfortable road handling. Then with a 125cc hybrid engine, this scooter can be used as an environmentally friendly vehicle in a long-distance rides and can also be a trendy and sporty companion when on riding in the city.
Rear side view of Bastert Einspurauto Libelle Concept designed by Anneke Bastert. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oEsK7T)
Anneke Bastert is the name of this concept scooter designer which later aroused our curiosity. Who exactly is she? Is she the heir of Bastert Einspurauto? Who knows? Before closing, maybe you want to see another scooter design concept that is no less cool. Jump here..!

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 | SCOOTERHOOD | GRAMHO | BASTERT EINSPURAUTO]
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