Vespa 98 Electric Concept Scooter
Vespa is essentially brand of scooter manufactured by Piaggio, which means wasp in Italian. It all started with a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio & Co. S.p.A. of Pontedera, Italy to a full lineup today. Those familiar with the scooters know they all look similar with a painted, pressed steel unibody which consists of a complete cowling for the engine, flat floorboard, and a distinctive front fairing. What if the company made a modern electric model? Introducing the Vespa 98 Electric Concept by MightySeed.

D-Fly Dragonfly Hyperscooter
The D-Fly Dragonfly is touted as the “world’s first hyperscooter,” and what makes it so? First off, the design is supposed to evoke the look as well as feel of a supercar or luxury sedan, starting with its carbon fiber, aerospace-grade aluminum and carbon-fiber-reinforced paulownia wood chassis. Power comes from dual front motors that produce 1,800 watts to each wheel, enabling it to hit a top speed of 38 mph with a range of 11-28 miles, depending on the battery pack.