The Vespa is undoubtedly the element to which Rome is inextricably linked to the collective imagination: since the early years of its production it has been used to walk the city comfortably, creating little by little a symbol of the Italian post-war tradition. Despite still today the Vespa is a vehicle loved and appreciated by fans and not, it seems that the time has come for a re-styling, especially to meet the environmental needs required by the large metropolitan areas nowadays. So here we think of an electric Vespa.
In the new version have been eliminated because the electric motor is occupying a much smaller space, so as to be housed inside the supporting structure. The choice turned out to be also a necessity, having to respond to electricity consumption, lightened not just by the elimination of the external side hoods.