Vespas have become a popular ride for some of Hollywood’s biggest names. Everyone from Hugh Jackman to Andrew Garfield have been spotted cruising around town in the Italian two-wheelers. In fact, megawatt pop star Justin Bieber loves scooters so much he just designed one himself – and the results are, well, fire.
simply nicknamed the Justin Bieber x Vespa, the limited-edition bike was conceptualized and designed by the Canadian singer himself. Biebs’ creation is essentially VespaThe popular Sprint model from with a striking all-white monochromatic colourway. Adding a touch of attitude, the scooter also sports white-hot flames on the chassis reminiscent of old-school hot rods.
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Elsewhere, the bike features Vespa’s signature rectangular headlight and 12-inch wheels. And because it’s 2022, the scooter also offers a multifunctional display that syncs with smartphones, lets you play your favorite Bieber hits or adjust the LEDs.
In terms of power, the scooter will be available with the classic Vespa 50cc, 125cc or 150cc engines which each deliver a top speed of 40mph, 60mph and 70mph, respectively.
“The first time I rode a Vespa was somewhere in Europe, probably London or Paris,” Bieber said in a statement. “I just remember seeing a Vespa and saying ‘I want to drive one’.”
To make sure you ride in style, the “Love Yourself” singer also designed a few matching accessories, including a pair of gloves, a bag and an all-white helmet emblazoned with the white flames.
Of course, Bieber isn’t the first to reinvent the Italian icon. In 2020, Dior unveiled a luxury plug on the classic scooter. Streetwear designer Sean Wotherspoon also penned a version of the Vespa Primavera for stylish hypebeasts.
The Justin Bieber x Vespa will only be produced until the end of this year, so better move fast. You can pre-order the scooter via the Vespa website starting April 20, 2022. The 125cc model will not be sold in the United States, but you can get the 50cc edition for $4,999 or the 150cc version for $6,549.
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