Mighty story of Wasp by Mightyseed Designs!!

The first Vespa, produced by Enrico Piaggio inspired by the Cushman scooters used by the American military during WWII, designer Corradino D'Ascanio first produced a scooter design for Ferdinando Innocenti (Lambretta), but after a disagreement, took his design to Enrico Piaggio, an aircraft manufacturer. Vespa, meaning "wasp" in Italian, was attributed by Piaggio's at first sight of the design, exclaiming that it looked like a wasp.

As an Industrial Design firm, we believe looking back to history will give more insight into the future. The Vespa 98 electric concept version is a reincarnation of the original design. The concept is much more like a modern incarnation with sleek styling cues with streamlining features. In a nutshell, it looks like a modern scooter with a retro feel.

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Vespa 98 by Mightyseed Designs

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Vespa 98 by Mightyseed Designs

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Vespa 98 by Mightyseed Designs

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Vespa 98 by Mightyseed Designs

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Vespa 98 by Mightyseed Designs

The front wears a bolder look than the original one with a modern handle. Same as original the front mudguard also houses the LED headlight. The single-seat scooter does not get any rear-view mirrors Instead; it has lidar placed at the rear give notification to the rider. The motor draws energy from a 30 Ah lithium-ion battery pack that’s located in the belly of the scooter. The hub motor wheel has a sportier look than the original version. A sloping tail lamp strip of the rear indicator unit gives a unique appearance to Vespa 98 Concept. There is a huge storage area available inside the belly, which makes the concept most suitable for the Holiday trip.

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