Retro scooters at Eicma – Updated Royal Alloy/Lambretta | NEWS
Revealed last year, the Vespa Electrica is finally ready for its ‘proper’ release after being unveiled in Milan this afternoon. The scooter has a claimed range of 80-90km and comes with a ‘range extender’. More details later.
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Vespa Primavera 50th Anniversary
Piaggio also revealed a special 50th Anniversary Edition of the Vespa Primavera. Shown alongside an original Primavera, the 50th edition is available in matt brown and gloss blue.
Vespa GTS Notte
This little black number might not be what die-hard GTS fans really wanted but the Vespa Notte GTS looks quite mean. De-chromed and blacked out detailing make all the difference. Special editions are ok but they’re not really what we were hoping to see fro Vespa at EICMA.
Vespa GTS Yacht Club
We all know the first rule about Yacht Club right? So we’re not going to talk about it but here’s another special edition Vespa GTS… If you want something a little smaller you can have a special edition Vespa Primavera Dinghy Club. Whatever floats your boat. Nautical but is it nice?
The ever popular Peugeot Django is sporting new colours in Milan, it’s a scooter that is slowly beginning to gather its own niche market and loyal group of riders. It may not be as popular as the Scomadi but it’s a grower for sure.
The much anticipated Royal Alloy scooters finally broke cover at EICMA with various models on display including the Grand Prix 200, a liquid-cooled four stroke complete with familar legshield badge. SX style sidepanels are ‘in’ this autumn.
The RA Relax 125/150 is a model with turning front mudguard and altogether different styling to the other RA models. It’s Euro 4 and also has an integrated front legshield toolbox. You can view more photos in the gallery below.
They said it’d never happen but it has. An historic, coveted name from the past, born again. No doubt it will see many scooter boys and girls squirming at the very thought of it, whilst others will be happy to ride a new scooter with the familiar badge.
Two models of the V-Special will arrive in March 2018 (after preview models arrive in dealers in February), one with a familiar Lambretta fixed mudguard and another with a turning mudguard. Prices are set for Europe at €2799 for the V50 Special, the V125 Special will follow at €3399, and V200 Special at €3999. Other models, incldng a Sport version, larger capacity and electric versions are already being developed. See more images in the gallery below.
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