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The iconic Vespa badge is 75 years old, with over 19 million Vespas sold worldwide since 1946. Parent company Piaggio are celebrating with special editions of the scooter for the UK market, only available through 2021. The Vespa Primavera and GTS Super Tech models are available in this exclusive trim, with 75th anniversary graphics on the side panel and front mudguard, and a retro yellow paintjob. Accessories include a chrome luggage rack with a bag that is designed to look like a spare wheel mounted behind the pillion.
While these anniversary models have been launched in the UK at £ 4,900 Rs 5.03 lakh) for the Primavera, £ 6,100 (Rs 6.27 lakh) for the GTS Super Tech 125 and £ 6,650 (Rs 6.83 lakh) for the GTS Super Tech 300, we still don’t know if Piaggio India are also planning anniversary versions for the Indian market.
A patent has been filed for the Royal Enfield Shotgun name, and we expect this to be another bike built around RE’s 650-cc, twin-cylinder platform.
The Husqvarna E-Pilen is the Swedish firm’s first stab at building an electric motorcycle.
We spend a day and over 220 kilometres with the Triumph Trident, the British marque’s latest entry-level roadster.