november 06, 2018 - Vespa

2019 VESPA UPDATES

THE 2019 VESPA PRIMAVERA AND VESPA SPRINT COLOUR RANGE PRESENTED AT EICMA. NEW GRAPHICS FOR THE GUTSY VESPA SPRINT S 
THE EXCLUSIVE VESPA SEI GIORNI GETS A NEW LOOK IN ADDITION TO THE NEW 300 HPE ENGINE DELIVERING MORE THAN 23 HP

Vespa Primavera
Vespa Primavera, the youthful, agile embodiment of the world's best-loved scooter, appears at EICMA with its brand new Verde Relax metallic livery, which flanks the four already available shades of Bianco Innocenza, Nero Vulcano, Rosso Passione and Blu Energia.
Primavera Touring, a version that stands out for its special trim inspired by the travelling vocation that Vespa has always embodied throughout its long history, introduces the Verde Bosco colour scheme in addition to the existing Rosso Vignola, both of which pair with a seat that features new and elegant upholstery.
The colour range of the Vespa Primavera S remains unchanged, the S model adding grit and sportiness to the classic Primavera thanks to its digital instrument cluster and full colour TFT display (in versions over 50 cc). The Rosso Profondo, Beige Sahara, Blu Armonia versions come with an elegant matte finish.


Vespa Sprint
The sportiest model in the Vespa “small body” family, Vespa Sprint is presented with a brand-new Giallo Estate livery, which joins Bianco Innocenza, Nero Lucido and Rosso Passione versions. The seat also features new double upholstery.
Vespa Sprint S, complete with TFT display instruments in versions over 50 cc, further highlights its sports soul with new red and black graphics along the sides and on the rims, which enhance the three available colours of Grigio Titanio (matte), Grigio Materia (polished) and new Blu Vivace, with a matte finish.
Vespa Sprint S also introduces new double upholstery on the seat, which stands out for its sporty heat-sealed rider saddle.

Vespa Sei Giorni
Vespa Sei Giorni interprets the purest Vespa sports tradition as successor to the original 1951 Vespa Sport “Sei Giorni”. For 2019, this exclusive version, produced as a numbered edition, receives many of the updates that characterise the new Vespa GTS family, from which the technical base of Vespa Sei Giorni derives.
Vespa Sei Giorni is now equipped with the new 300 hpe engine (High Performance Engine), the most powerful and efficient in Vespa history thanks to the 17.5 kW (23.8 HP) it can deliver at 8,250 rpm and maximum torque of 26 Nm at just 5,250 rpm.
An explicit reference to classic Vespa, with characteristic elements such as the “low light” and handlebar with visible metal tube, Vespa Sei Giorni style is updated with the introduction of a redesigned shield, at the centre of which is the unmistakeable horn guard, lengthened and enhanced with three decorations. The grilles to the side of the shield are also new and feature an original honeycomb motif. At the rear, the restyling takes in the lights, now with full LED technology, the side panels that run under the body and the exhaust silencer cover.