The Vespa “small body” has always represented the youngest and most urban spirit of Vespa and has now been completely revamped. The two models, Vespa Primavera and Vespa Sprint S, offer different variations and engine sizes, even for the electric version.
The Piaggio Centro Stile has carried out intense work to improve the finishings, introducing new materials to the Vespa Primavera and Vespa Sprint S. The superstructures on the handlebar are brand new, as are the hand grips and electric controls. The leg shield back plate is also new, elevating the sensation of perceived material and assembly quality. The new crest on the mudguard (only for Vespa Primavera) and the new design and finishings of the central steering cover make up the other style elements that have been revamped and updated.
Even the seat has been improved across the various versions, thanks to the use of new materials that ensure a superior finish. The Tech version of Primavera also features the key-less start system and TFT instrumentation via which to manage the functions offered by the Vespa MIA multimedia platform. The analogue/digital instrument panel on the other versions is also new, while all now flaunt a full LED lighting system.
The vehicle’s app offers valuable information. In addition to providing insights into the vehicle’s status and route, the system also enables drivers to answer phone calls and play music using the vehicle’s handlebar buttons or via smartphone voice commands. Please note that this feature is optional.
Vespa Primavera and Vespa Sprint S are available with ultra modern Euro 5+ compliant 50, 125, and 150 cc engines with three-valve timing and electronic injection. There are two electric versions of Vespa Primavera and Vespa Sprint S, one with speed limited to moped standards and one with motorcycle approval, available with the Primavera Tech equipment package. The moped versions now have removable batteries for convenient charging even in domestic settings.
The Piaggio brand brings its high-wheel scooter range to EICMA. Best-sellers that have invented a segment, dictating the technical and style lines. For 2024, the agile and lightweight Liberty, the technological Medley and the powerful Beverly offer real choice with engine sizes ranging from 50 to 400 cc. In their sportiest S version, all three models benefit from an aesthetic update, with the captivating new Blu Zaffiro blue livery. Beverly is also available with a new Nero Cosmo black colour scheme.
Piaggio 1, the e-scooter for urban mobility by Piaggio, is now available in a more powerful version, to ensure increasingly effective and safe commuting while ensuring real ease of riding. The power unit that equips the scooter version of Piaggio 1 now offers peak power of 2.2 kW, almost twice that of the previous version, while the motorcycle version (Piaggio 1 Active) reaches a peak of 3 kW. This makes for a significant increase in terms of acceleration, which increases by 14% on Piaggio 1 and by almost 12% on Piaggio 1 Active.
In keeping with the firm’s status as Europe’s leading scooter manufacturer, Piaggio 1 primarily means safety, with a solid chassis architecture designed for riding pleasure, but also an attractive design, significant comfort, and high-level rideability, as well as a full technological package that includes digital colour instrumentation, full LED lighting, and a key-less system. Piaggio 1 is the only e-scooter in its category to boast a spacious under-seat compartment big enough to store a full jet helmet.