With this customizable motorcycle body, the buyer would not simply be choosing an existing model that happens to appeal to him. Instead, company or the consumer could purchase this moped-style vehicle with the intention of decorating it precisely according to his preference.
With his electric Supermoto concept, Eyal Melnick has worked to configure all of the components into one compact case that sits right in the middle of the motorized two-wheeler. This rhombus-shaped box has a pair of blank panels on either side, inviting the owner to jazz up the appearance. Independent riders could have painted or decal designs on the sides of the scooter, and companies could exercise the promotional potential of printing on their logos for advertizing and sponsored events.