The Italian scooter brand ends the year on a high note began the last quarter of the year by introducing new GTS models. There are four new variants in the range with two engine options: GTS, GTS Super, GTS Super Sport and GTS Super Tech.

These updates to The GTS includes a mild facelift, new front suspension and a new 300 engine.

In August, Piaggio, maker of the Vespa, launched a special edition two-wheeler for the domestic market to celebrate the iconic brand’s 75th anniversary.

special’ The 75th’ was offered in 125cc and 150cc engine variants and is available at all Vespa dealerships in the country, according to Piggio India.

The 125cc ‘Vespa 75th’ is priced at Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom) and the 150cc version is priced at Rs 1.39 lakh (ex-showroom), India said.

Let’s take a look at the Vespa GTS specs:


The all-new Vespa GTS is available with two engines: the 125 i-GET and the 300 . Both are single-cylinder units with fuel injection and liquid cooling. Distinction 300 this is its peak power of 23 hp.


The GTS is an all-metal body with an instantly recognizable Vespa design. In 2023, several small adjustments were made. The company introduced 14 color options for four models.


The Vespa GTS Super, GTS Supersport and GTS Supertech are equipped with a keyless start/stop function as well as remote seat opening functions. They also get a A find function that helps locate a scooter in a crowded parking lot with a remote key fob. Both GTS Supersport and GTS Supertech models also feature smartphone connectivity.

The Vespa GTS Supertech has a 4.3-inch full-color TFT display, while the rest of the models have a three-inch analog LCD display.

While the automaker has a traditional Vespa single-link system, the suspension has been tuned to provide comfort and stability at high speeds.

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