Lambretta, a brand that was popular in the Indian scooter
market decades ago, could make its way into India soon, of reports are to be
believed. The scooters were initially manufactured in Milan, Italy, by
Innocenti and Innocenti S.A. based in Lugano, Switzerland is the owner of the
international trademark Lambretta and has licensed the brand throughout the
Lambretta scooters were assembled in India till the early ’90s
by Automobile Products of India (API). In 1972, the Indian government bought
the machinery of the factory in Milan, creating Scooters India Limited (SIL)
Lambretta showcased the V50 Special, V125 Special and V200
Special. Each of these come in two variants, a fixed fender and a flex fender. All
thre models share the same platform and are powered by a four-stroke engines.
The new range of Lambrettas will be built in Taiwan and will go on sale in
Europe in early 2018. While the V50 Special is powered by a 50cc engine, the V
125 Special has a 125 cc engine and the V200, a 169cc engine.
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