The first image most of us have in our mind when we think about powered scooters you ride on is the classic Vespa style. There’s a reason that silhouette has remained largely unchanged in the seven decades its been produced, but if you want something more aggressive and unique, check out Spanish outfit Urbet. The Urbet Ego is a high-performance electric scooter that’s reminiscent of something Tony Stark would build out of extra parts at a boutique sports car factory in that it’s sleek and stylish while also being industrial and almost gritty. It has a unique front end with a cantilever-type geometry that really hugs the body lines and is paired with a rear monoshock. The 3000-watt motor and 72-volt battery are good for a top speed of 56 mph and a max range of 75 miles–along with being able to fully recharge in about 7 hours. If you’re worried about sneaking up on unsuspecting pedestrians and traffic because of its silent running, there’s even a speaker tied-in to the throttle that will play engine noises if you so desire.