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An Electric Scooter That’s Made More Naturally

 Sure, but there’s always room for improvement, especially when you consider what toxic materials were likely used to construct the two wheeled vehicle beneath your butt. That’s where the Amsterdam-based design studio Waarmakers comes in, recently unveiling for sustainable mobility company Van.Eko Be.e, a scooter mostly made from “natural fibre-reinforced composites” (NFCs) or, more simply put, mostly made from good old Mother Nature.

The Be.e, noted the designers, is a frameless, bio-composite electric scooter with a monocoque body made from flex and bio-resin. It doesn’t get much more complex than that. The vehicle’s external skin is of a unique construction that “supports the load, similar to an eggshell, eliminating the need for a frame and the usual numerous plastic panels.” This exterior, more natural shell is believed to be so tough that Van.Eko has put behind it a four year warranty.

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