The Vespa in the 21st Century

The Vespa scooters weren’t born yesterday. I find their stories so fascinating to learn. To finish what I started, here is the history of the Vespa scooter up until today!


  • Vespa 50 Special Revival – This model was one of the most popular in the sixties. Piaggio decides to replicate it with a fresher look to respond to the high demand.


  • Vespa ET2/ET4 – We’re talking about a new level of comfort now!


  • Vespa Ferrari Et4 150 – This model was an homage to the Ferrari team. They won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2000. The same material used in the Ferrari was used to produce this great looking Vespa.


  • Vespa Trafeli – You can find this one at the Museum Piaggio!


  • Vespa Lx – A small body in a modern style to replace the beautiful Vespa ET.
  • Vespa GTS 250 IE – The fastest, most powerful and most high-tech Vespa till this day. Best feature: double discs braking system.


  • Vespa GTV – LXV – Piaggio took some of the 50’s and 60’s style elements to creat a new modern model with two seats.
  • Vespa GT 60° 250 CC – This limited edition was designed to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of Vespa. A model made in less than a thousand units will stay one of the most prestigious.


  • Vespa S50 – 125 – Every details and feature is revised. Everything is freshened up, keeping the most sporty look up to till today.


  • Vespa GTS 300 Super – If you want a sporty scooter but want to keep the elegance Vespa is known for, this is the model for you!


  • Vespa S50 – LX50 4V – One of a kind! The only 50cc 4-stroke scooter on the market!


  • Vespa GTS ABS ASR – Safety, power and advanced model. With 2 channel ABS braking system and ASR traction control this model have everything to impress.


  • Vespa 946 Armani – Giorgio Armani celebrate the 40th anniversary of its foundation. Piaggio wanted to create a special version of the Vespa keeping the same colour palette and style as Armani.


  • 70° Anniversary – Piaggio took the most favourite models and updated them. ( Primavera, GTS, PX)

If you have missed the beginning of the history of the Vespa Scooter, you can find it here.