Vector-oriented images are more flexible than bit maps because they can be resized and stretched. In addition, images stored as vectors look better on devices (monitors and printers) with higher resolution, whereas bit-mapped images always appear the same regardless of a device's resolution. Another advantage of vector graphics is that representations of images often require less memory than bit-mapped images do.
Vector graphics then allow you to represent reality in a less defined way, but with a lot of flexibility in terms of colors and shapes.
In this post, I am going to show you a representation I made of this first model of the Vespa Piaggio.
THe format is .Svg and it can be edited in Inkscape