It is hard to deny that the look of the segway is not only silly, but also pretty unstylish; the Zero Scooter hopes to change that perception. It takes the sleek and endearing appearance of the iconic Vespa scooter and endows the segway with it. It helps that the Zero Scooter is actually made with real parts from a Vespa, which were acquired from Piaggio & Co. SpA, its manufacturer since 1946.
Designed by Bel & Bel, the Zero Scooter is capable of climbing slopes of up to 30 degrees and can travel up to 21 miles on one charge at speeds of up to 12 mph. Thus, it is a impressive in performance as it is in looks. Made to order, the Zero Scooter takes an average of six weeks to complete.
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