Vespa, Italian brand of scooter manufactured by Piaggio has launched a special edition called Elegante at a price of Rs 95,077, ex-showroom, Pune. The scooter is offered in two colours - new Beige Unico and Pearl White. The special edition scooter gets split leather finished seats, tinted fly screen and a 'Elegante' moniker. Its also gets 12 inch alloy wheels with tubeless tyres and additional accessories such as a colour co-ordinated helmet and chrome guard kit along with a front bumper guard.The special edition Elegante is powered by a 150 cc single-cylinder engine that produces 11.4 hp of power and 11.5 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to an automatic transmission.
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 new Vespa Elegante will also be available online via PayTm where customers can avail of cash back offers, branded apparel, accessories and helmets.In FY2016-17, Piaggio registered a growth of 63 percent and the manufacturer sold 43,810 units. The manufacturer registered 100 percent growth in March 2017, they sold 4,731 units of two wheelers.
Vespa launches special edition Elegante at a price of Rs 95,077
The special edition Elegante is powered by a 150 cc single-cylinder engine that produces 11.4 hp of power and 11.5 Nm of torque.
By: FE Online | Updated: May 11, 2017 5:37 PM
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