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New Lambretta G350 Special scooter revealed

Written by Rohit Tonapi

One of the brands that used to have the highest brand value in India, Lambretta, has just revealed a new scooter. The all-new Lambretta G350 Special is a typical classic-looking scooter. However, it also packs a modern powertrain and features. The new scooter will go on sale in the European markets in late 2022. The new Lambretta G350 Special is available in three colour options – White, Red and Black. The White and Black colour option get an orange-coloured seat. At the same time, the Red colour option will come with a Dark Red seat colour. 

Lambretta G350 Special – Top Features 

As we said before, even though the scooter sports a classic design, it has modern features. Starting with the instrument cluster, which gets a full-colour TFT display. The screen delivers sharp colours and also a multi-function information display. The G350 also gets LED lighting all around. The headlight also gets ‘Lambretta’ lettering in the headlight. The taillight also receives a similar treatment. The front storage compartment also features a USB charger. The charger allows users to charge their smartphones or communication devices on the go. The black rubber floor mat also gets a legendary Lambretta badge. 

Lambretta G350 Special – Technical Specifications

The highlight of the Lambretta G350 is its new 330cc engine. The liquid-cooled 4-stroke engine also gets a four-valve valvetrain. The motor produces 27.4 PS of power at 7,500 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 6,250 rpm. The motor also gets an electronic fuel injection and an automatic CVT gearbox.

As for the dimensions, the G350 Special measures 1,956mm in length, 770mm in width, and 1,129mm in height. The wheelbase of the scooter is 1,400mm. Meanwhile, the seat height is 790mm. The scooter has a kerb weight of 173kg. The fuel tank capacity of the G350 Special is 9.5-litres.

As for the suspension, the G350 Special uses a double arm link setup at the front. At the same time, the rear uses dual shock absorbers. The G350 Special rides on 12-inch wheels with a 120-section tyre at the front and a 130-section tyre at the rear. It also gets Pirelli tyres for optimum grip in various road conditions. As for the braking hardware, it uses 240mm disc brakes at both ends. Additionally, it also gets dual-channel ABS as standard.

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