The Future of Vespa?

The monocoque body of designer Niklas Wagner’s Vespa concept combines the classic curves of the “twist & go” scooter with modern minimalism, creating a futuristic look and feel that also gives a nod to its origins. The instrument cluster has also been revamped in a recessed LED display but reflects the simplicity of the classic chrome and transparent plastic style on the original dash.

Designer: Niklas Wagner

37 Comments

  • Amazon Coupons says:

    It is looking like a baby small scooter.It looks so cute I think if it held then it will popular in girls because it look like for ladies only.But it is beautiful.

  • Amazon Coupons says:

    It is looking like a baby small scooter.It looks so cute I think if it held then it will popular in girls because it look like for ladies only.But it is beautiful.

  • Claudio Paredes says:

    Awful! i have to enter and tell it.

  • Claudio Paredes says:

    Awful! i have to enter and tell it.

    • Jimmy C says:

      You can't just go and say that without a reason. Why is it so awful? I think it looks great.

  • tim Rowledge says:

    That front suspension simply cannot work. Just think about the kinematics a moment. It *might* work with a torsion bar. Maybe.

  • tim Rowledge says:

    That front suspension simply cannot work. Just think about the kinematics a moment. It *might* work with a torsion bar. Maybe.

  • Art Photo says:

    I'd buy that scooter! Just not in green.

  • Art Photo says:

    I'd buy that scooter! Just not in green.

  • Aurel says:

    Very well this Concept Vespa!

  • Aurel says:

    Very well this Concept Vespa!

  • wim says:

    @ tim rowledge; italjet dragster has a similar design that works

    • tim Rowledge says:

      Not according to any of the photos I can find. It has a suspension clearly designed by someone that has a clue about suspension kinematics.

  • wim says:

    @ tim rowledge; italjet dragster has a similar design that works

    • tim Rowledge says:

      Not according to any of the photos I can find. It has a suspension clearly designed by someone that has a clue about suspension kinematics.

  • Ak On says:

    Personally I´m not fond of the organic result, but that might just be my personal refference. More importantly the concept lacks tension in every line and a lightness in overall appearance.

  • Ak On says:

    Personally Im not fond of the organic result, but that might just be my personal refference. More importantly the concept lacks tension in every line and a lightness in overall appearance.

  • mike says:

    too far from Vespa´s style. Just a futuristic approach to the traditional "shape" (morphology)

  • mike says:

    too far from Vespas style. Just a futuristic approach to the traditional “shape” (morphology)

  • jielg97 says:

    There is a very Q feeling.

  • jielg97 says:

    There is a very Q feeling.

  • Karyl says:

    Terrible. I don't see how this references the original Vespa design in any but the slightest of ways. As a big Vespa fan, I can say I would never, ever be caught dead on something this hideous. Someone got a little carried away with the curves here?

  • Karyl says:

    Terrible. I don't see how this references the original Vespa design in any but the slightest of ways. As a big Vespa fan, I can say I would never, ever be caught dead on something this hideous. Someone got a little carried away with the curves here?

  • I think the form should follow the functions and mechanics of a basic bike.
    The concept is there but i feel there should be more depth to the design of each parts.
    I am currently studying the different parts of a bike though. Pretty interesting.

    Anyways! Good attempt~
    Positive energy!!

  • showbikers says:

    woo… it’s the good concept.. I like the design

  • fatdinan says:

    Beautiful……!!!!!

  • fatdinan says:

    Beautiful……!!!!! Beautiful……..!!! Beautiful…….!! Beautiful………!

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