More agile than a city car, more cost-effective than a moped, more fun than a bike: the scooter (electric, of course) constitutes an example of the “minimal design” that is taking over cities and evolving into what is now a tempting market, including for car manufacturers. This is why, alongside the fourth-generation Leon, Seat has just presented its eKickscooter65, with the MÓ suffix introduced last June to complete the name, on the road. Thus, a new sub-brand is launched, one which is dedicated to zero-emissions micromobility, from which a real scooter is expected soon. The opaque red of our new mobility companion, the only shade available, sketches the outline of an agile comma among noble glimpses of historic Verona, right in the centre, where the test drive took place. Even if you are completely unused to two wheels, gaining confidence proves not to be too complicated: after turning it on, it’s enough to get on with just one foot and use the other to give a push, as with conventional scooters.