Motorbikes are typically fairly macho-looking modes of transportation, yet this black and yellow motorcycle is exudes an appearance that's much cuter than usual. Several structural and surface treatments contribute to the endearing design of the Be-e that would have it attracting more female and much younger drivers than you might expect.
A smooth, curvaceous and bulbous midsection is central to Bez Dimitri's design, giving it a much softer look that hides all of the working parts that gearheads love to see. This rounded shell is treated to a coat of vibrant paint, producing a black and yellow motorcycle with wasp-like stripes. This buggy imagery is just perfect for this type of automotive conveyance, because the sound of it with the engines on only helps it to take on more of this buzzing concept.