Piaggio, the Italian vehicle manufacturer is celebrating its 75 years of existence in the automotive market. To celebrate this achievement, Vespa, which is the scooter brand under the Piaggio Group reveals two special edition variants of Vespa GTS and Vespa Primavera. These special edition models feature some cosmetic updates when compared to the regular variant which makes them stand out. With over 6 research and development centres, Piaggio currently operates in more than 50 countries.
Special Edition Of Vespa Scooter Named ‘75th’
These special editions of the Vespa scooter are available in both 125cc and 300cc iterations. The most striking part of these scooters is the metallic yellow paint called ‘Giallo 75th’ which is a tribute to the original Vespa launched back in 1946. There is a special badging on the front glove box which displays the brand’s name and reflects its 75 years of existence. The use of chrome on rear-view mirrors, front mudguard, exhaust muffler, instrument cluster surround and the alloys finished in grey with a diamond-cut finish add to the elegant looks of these special edition scooters.
Design and Features
The special edition Vespa does get a lot of cosmetic changes when compared to the regular trim which includes, a chrome-laced rear luggage rack that holds a large leather bag thus mimicking a spare wheel holder, 4.3-inch fully digital TFT colour display compatible with Vespa MIA smartphone connectivity system and more. The Italian scooter marker is also providing a welcome kit which will have an Italian silk scarf, a special owner’s manual, eight collector postcards each showing the eight decades of Vespa’s rich history and a vintage steel Vespa plate. These special edition models will go on sale from this month which will last till the end of this year. Currently, there are no official statements if these special edition scooters will come to India, but we hope Vespa does bring these scooter to the Indian market. In other news, there are rumours suggesting that Vespa will launch an all-electric scooter in India by 2022.