India has launched the special edition Vespa Racing Sixties in 125 and 150cc.
The Vespa compliments the racing vehicles of 1960s. The new Vespa special
series have been based on the technologically advanced Vespa SXL 150 BS6 and
SXL 125 BS6. The “Racing Sixties” edition was unveiled at Auto Expo 2020 in
Greater Noida at the beginning of the year.
classic and rich sporty appeal of the Racing Sixties is complemented with the
colour theme of 1960s racing machines - red graphics with a tinge of gold on
pristine white body colour and golden 5 spoke Petal alloy wheels. The clean
graphic lines enhance the sides and the front tie while the highlighted matte
black finish of surrounding elements including the rear-view mirrors, grab
handle and footrests, the front and rear light applique and the Muffler cover
create a unique contrast appeal.
for the Vespa Racing Sixties series comes from the gentlemen riders races of
the 60s, a world in which art of expressing has been extended as far as the
vehicle customisation arena. The special edition Vespa Racing Sixties inherent
the technologically advanced Monocoque full steel Body, vibrant high definition
3 coat body colours, and anti-lock braking system or combined braking system
with twin pot calliper disc brake. The scooters are powered by the new high
performance BS6 compliant engine with clean emission, 3 Valve design and Fuel
injection technology. Other features include crystal illumination LED
headlight, centre integrated Day Time Running extra bright beam light, USB
mobile charging port and boot light.
Racing Sixties is available at all Vespa dealerships across India or Customers
can be book it on the recently launched e-commerce platform
https://shop.vespaindia.com/ at a booking amount of INR 1,000/ and can also
avail benefits worth INR 2,000/- while booking it online.
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