We all must ride a scooter named “six days” every day. Vespa’s new special edition named “Sei Giorni” pays tribute to the original Vespa sports scooter, which won nine gold medals at the International Six Days of Verese in 1951. The limited edition is based on the latest generation of Vespa GTS scooters with features from its 66-year-old predecessor. Among the highlights of the new Vespa Sei Giorni are the unique low-mounted headlamp located on the front fender, special handlebars, and the same olive green colorway.
As for the other features, it comes fired with a seat upholstered in soft black leather with contrasting stitches in olive green to match the scooter body. Other highlights include blacked-out rims, exhaust, and details including a round number holding plate, and iconic ‘six’ badges. Tweaking the Sei Giogni’s design further, Vespa added a small plaque with the model’s serial number, a USB port inside the luggage compartment, ABS brakes, and led lights.
For those who like to spruce up the Sei Giogni vanilla version, Vespa offers a customization package. Riders can add among other things a windshield, front and rear luggage racks, a 42-liter bag, anti-theft devices and thermal covering. They also offer Tom Tom’s Vio scooter GPS unit.
The special edition Vespa Sei Giorni olive green scooter is powered by a 300 CC Euro4-compliant liquid cooled four-stroke engine, which generates 21 hp and 22 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm. Other standard features include an electric starter, a twist-and-go transmission, and an 8.5-liter fuel tank.