The Piaggio One electric scooter will be available in three variants – One, One+ and One Active. The scooter was officially unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show on 28 May.
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.
The Vespa VXL 150 and Racing Sixties SXL 150 have been updated with a cleaner BS6 engine, a few new features, and plenty of the ’60s attitude.
Piaggio Group have launched the Vespa Racing Sixties edition which will be their most expensive offering in the Indian market.
Piaggio India have opened bookings for the 2020 Vespa SXL and VXL range of scooters as well as the new Aprilia Storm.
The Piaggio Group have initiated an e-commerce platform for sales of Aprilia and Vespa scooters.
The new Vespa BS6 prices have been announced; starting from Rs 93,035 and going up to Rs 1.27 lakh (all ex-showroom). [Read more…]
The last one of the limited-edition Piaggio Vespa 946 Emporio Armani is being offered at a discount of Rs 2 lakh.
The Vespa Elettrica will not be launched in India anytime soon as the Italian company is looking at local production of e-scooters, which will take some more time to setup.
The electric revolution is here! At least that’s what it looked like at this year’s Auto Expo, with electric two-wheeler manufacturers heavily outnumbering conventional, petrol-powered bike makers. Here are five electric two-wheelers to watch out for in 2020