The toy company’s latest two-wheeler is based on the famous Italian scooter.
It’s a haute riff on the iconic 946.
The gas-guzzling engine of yore has been replaced by a 30 aH lithium-ion battery.
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With a top speed of 31 mph and a 65-mile range, the Elettrica model is a modest start to the brand’s battery-powered plans.
Seven or eight years ago, while on summer vacation in northern Italy, Gianluca Baldo was stung by a wasp, and he was never the same again. A friend surprised him with the gift of a vintage 1976 PX 200 Vespa—because vespa means “wasp” in Italian. It was not the same model as the Vespa scooters […]
Conceived in the aftermath of World War II, at a time when many European countries were attempting to rebuild and restore tattered, downtrodden economies, the modern-day scooter became a vehicle that redefined the streets of many old-world cities. Scooters provided many with inexpensive and reliable transportation, and made the case that creative and stylish two-wheeled […]