The Vespa Sei Giorni is powered by a 300cc Euro 4, 4-stroke, 4-valve- liquid-cooled electronic injection engine.

NAZA Premira Sdn Bhd, the official distributor of Vespa brand in Malaysia, has introduced three limited edition scooters — the Vespa 946 (Red), Vespa Sprint Carbon and Vespa Sei Giorni.

The Vespa 946 (Red) is an all-red version of the classic Vespa 946 scooter. Its mudguard and side covers are made of aluminium, and it is powered by a 150cc three-valve single-cylinder four-stroke engine that drivesa continuous variable transmission (CVT).

It is equipped with a double discbrake systemwithdual-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) and an anti-slip regulation (ASR) traction control. It is the most expensive of all three scooters with a price of RM66,000.

The Vespa 946 (Red) is powered by a 150cc three-valve, single cylinder engine.

The Vespa Sprint Carbon is targeted at young and energetic riders. It runs on an i-Get 150cc air-cooled engine and comes with 12-inch alloy wheels, USB socket and ABS brakes. It is available in black at a much affordableprice of RM17,400.

As for the Vespa Sei Giorni, it is driven by a large and sophisticated300cc Euro 4, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled electronic injection engine that produces 15.6kW of power at 7,750rpm.

The original Vespa Sport “Sei Giorni” was built specifically for the Sei Giorni Internazionale di Varese regularity competition in 1951, where it bagged nine gold medals.

The Vespa Sprint Carbon is targeted at young and energetic riders.

TheVespa Sei Giorni comes with a“Special Edition” plate on its leg shield, which states the scooter’s unique serial number.

It is fitted with a low-position headlight, iconic exposed metal pipe, single-seat look saddle, front LED turn lights with day-running light function, USB port and ABS brakes.

The Vespa Sei Giorni is available in green and is retailed at the middle-range price of RM38,000.

The three limited edition scooters are available for viewing from this month at selected Vespa dealerships and outlets nationwide.

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