#Vespa GTV300ie "Vie Della Moda" Special Edition #Scooter
Vespa is an emblem of style, fashion and distinction, and now dedicates an exclusive model to the most famous and glamorous fashion runways: Vespa GTV, the most prestigious vehicle in the range. For 2012 dressed in the elegant "Marrone Etna" (Volcanic Earth) colour which enhances the timeless lines.
The "Vie della Moda" badge, inspired by the most famous street signs in the world's glamour capitals, identifies the most elegant Vespa of all and, emblazoned on the shield back plate, instantly highlights the uniqueness of this alluring model.
Powered by an ultra-modern and powerful 300 cc liquid cooled 4-stroke 4 valve engine with electronic injection and Euro3 compliant - the Vespa GTV "Vie della Moda" offers unrivalled flexibility and responsiveness thanks to the use of fuel injection, which also significantly curbs fuel consumption and both gas and sound emissions.
The headlight mounted on the front mudguard of the GTV is a clear reference to the origins of the Vespa. And so is the handlebar, the simple exposed metal tube of the earliest Vespas that now reappears on the Vespa GTV "Vie della Moda", and echoes the trend seen in today's motorcycles.
The two-seat saddle in eco-leather is elegant and comfortable, and as on the original Vespas, is split into two separate elements, while the precision crafted piping emphasises its silhouette. The particular colouring of the saddle is realised with elegant covering colour-coded with the vehicle in the refined "Marrone Etna", the exclusive colour of the Vespa GTV "Vie della Moda".
The chrome finished, five spoke wheels further enhance one of the most elegant Vespas of all times.
Available in Australia in August 2012. Limited availability, price to be announced closer to date.
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