Vespa has announced the launch of its special edition scooter ‘Vespa Elegante 150 cc‘ in India. It adds to the already existing Vespa portfolio of SXL, VXL. Priced at INR 95,077/- ex-showroom Pune, the new Vespa Elegante Special Edition reflects the classy and irreverent side of the brand. Inspired by the pristine beauty of the beaches of Italy, the scooter is available in ‘Beige Unico’ colour apart from the ‘Pearl White’. It is also equipped with colour coordinated twin leather finished seats tinted fly screen and an ‘Elegante Badge’.
The Vespa Elegante Special Edition is powered by a 150cc engine and has 12” alloy wheels that come with tubeless tyres. The bike also comes with additional accessories such as a colour coordinated helmet and all round chrome guard kit along with a front bumper guard.
Commenting on this launch, Mr. Stefano Pelle, CEO and Managing Director, Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited (India) said, “Piaggio is delighted to offer to its fans in India, the stylish special edition Vespa Elegante 150 CC. The special edition Vespa Elegante symbolizes Piaggio’s ownership of the premium scooter segment that the group has successfully created in the Indian market. With its classy yet modern designs, Vespa Elegante will be a proud possession of the Vespa enthusiast.”
The new Vespa Elegante Special Edition is available exclusively at all the Motoplex stores and at the Vespa / Aprilia dealerships across India. The Motoplex Stores offer the Group’s full range includes Piaggio, Vespa, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi, representing a completely multi-brand flagship store formula, in line with the new global strategy for the in-store experience that the Piaggio Group is developing in the principal metropolitan areas around the globe.
The new Vespa Elegante Will also be available online via Paytm where Vespa enthusiasts can avail of exciting cash back offers, the branded apparel, accessories and helmets are available exclusively at the Motoplex stores, at the Vespa / Aprilia dealerships across India and online on Amazon India.
Source: Piaggio Group