NEW DELHI: Piaggio India on Tuesday launched special edition Vespa Racing Sixties scooters inspired by racing machines from the 1960s era. The Vespa Racing Sixties will be available in two variants of 125cc and 150cc priced at Rs 1,19,999 and Rs 1.32641, respectively, in India, the company said in a statement.

The special edition scooters were unveiled earlier this year at Auto Expo 2020. It is based on the company’s Vespa SXL 150 BS6 and SXL 125 BS-VI.

Piaggio India President and CEO Diego Graffi said: “As an iconic brand with a long-standing heritage, Vespa is continually rediscovering itself by setting new trends that reflect its versatility to represent unique specialties from different eras. ”

The Vespa Racing Sixties is an “outstanding representation” in the rediscovery of the racing machine theme of the golden racing era of the 1960s and the new introduction “combines heritage with current cutting edge technology,” Graffi added.

The new scooters have a full steel unibody body and are fitted with safety devices such as an anti-lock braking system or a combined braking system.

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