Few things are as identifiably Italian as the profile of a scooter. Though originating with Vespa, this profile has become such an icon that it’s hard to judge all the other manufacturers who have taken it to heart. But while many simply are trying to cash in on Vespa’s ingenuity, the team behind the ME Scooter has adapted the archetype to the 21st century in a unique way. It’s style is both recognizable and exceptional, a green emblem of a progressing Italian aesthetic rather than a nostalgic call back to a distant heyday.
Mixing a minimal design with electric convenience, the ME Scooter is an ideal urban transport
This Italian designed scooter is really a joy to look at and sure seems fun to ride around town.
The ME Electric Scooter, to all outward appearances, looks just like a classic 20th century motorized scooter that you saw all over Italy back in the day (like in that movie Roman Holiday), but with a few crucial 21st century upgrades that make it a triumph of both form and function.
If you didn’t know any better, you’d think the ME Scooter was a traditional, Italian-designed scooter that was purpose built for exploring the streets of Milan. In part, that’s true, but the ME Scooter is so much more than that. Designed to be just as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional, ME bridges the gap between art and transportation in a way that few products do.