75 years of style
Since 23rd April 1946, the legendary Vespa has been loved all over the world. It’s not just a question of design, history or quality, but also Vespa’s values that are behind its popularity. Bringing together young people of all cultures and backgrounds in a shared passion. Today, 2021, Vespa has no intention of slowing down.
Ready to colour the future
Spontaneous, simple and zippy, the Vespa has long attracted and inspired creative talents from all around the globe, sparking collaborations ranging from Dior to (RED) and Sean Wotherspoon. Even at the ripe old age of 75, it remains as contemporary as ever, ready to play its part in creating a more vibrant and positive tomorrow.
Travel in true style!
The special livery features a grey Grigio Fumo nubuck saddle with piping, grey-painted diamond-cut wheel rims and a host of chrome details including the decorations on the classic “tie”.
The colour of celebration
The Vespa 75th sports all sorts of details that make it a true classic, such as its special "Giallo 75th" metallic yellow paint finish, an interpretation of the colours that were so in vogue during the Forties. A special badge with the series name on the rear of the shield is another celebratory touch that marks this momentous occasion.
A timeless icon
The rear luggage rack in gleaming chrome features a round bag made from soft, velvety nubuck which is a nod to the spare wheel covers of years gone by. But it’s far more than that, with its easy fastening system it's a versatile and handy accessory.
Vespa’s iconic soul meets its more modern counterpart. All models over 50 cc come with a 4.3” full-colour TFT display with integrated Vespa MIA to offer the best infotainment package of the range.
There is only one Vespa
No special occasion is complete without a party bag and the Vespa 75th is no exception. It comes with a Welcome Pack that contains an elegant Made in Italy Jacquard 100% silk scarf with hand-stitched edging, a selection of collectible postcards from the Forties through to today and a vintage Vespa plaque to mark seven glorious decades of riding history.
Single cylinder 4 stroke, 3 catalyzed valves
Bore X Stroke
52 mm x 58.6 mm
Max Power Output
7.9 kW -10.7 HP- at 7,700 rpm
10.4 Nm at 6,000 rpm
Fuel Tank Capacity
Automatic CVT with torque server
1860 mm x 735
Tyre Size Front
Tubeless 110/70 - 11
Tyre Size Rear
Tubeless 120/70 - 11
Brakes Type Front
Stainless steel disc 200 mm with hydraulic control
Brakes Type Rear
Drum 140 mm with mechanical control