Vespa Travelling through time and society with a unique style and a precise identity, perfect synthesis of simplicity and function.

Vespa is the most famous italian scooter. In April 1946, this amazing new, functional and innovative mode of transport was presented to the general public for the first time in a Golf Club in Rome.
Vespa was an immediate success and gained extensive media interest as well as public curiosity, surprise and even skepticism.
Today represents not only an alternative to cars and traffic or the faithful companion of many journeys and adventures, but also the expression of a unique and remarkable style.
Travelling through time and society, changing with it but always preserving its specific Vespa is still perceived as having its own unique identity, able to move any sort of driver or simply those admiring it.

The roundness of its sides and the balance of its lines express the beauty of the perfect synthesis between simplicity and function.
Usefulness and style characterize also the new Vespa objects realized by Forme, combining well with the main dynamic characteristics of Vespa: space and time.
These objects can be perceived not only as a simple light, control or speedometer but also as “piece” of a Vespa and, as such, capable of recalling emotions.
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