Pure-bred Italian premium scooter in exclusive colour brings superb performance to all riding conditions.
BANGKOK —— Vespiario Thailand, the sole distributor of Italian premium scooters Vespa and Piaggio in Thailand, has launched Vespa GTS 150 3Vie Special Edition. Blessed with a new design touch, this special-edition scooter from the GTS series is distinguished by its “Grigio Titanio” (titanium grey) body colour, a black metal special-edition plate, and Italian-styled red leather seat. The GTS 150 3Vie Special Edition perfectly combines luxurious look and feel with superb performance for all riding conditions. It will be marketed exclusively in Thailand with limited availability of 300 units.
Vespa GTS 150 3Vie Special Edition is powered by a 150cc 4-stroke 3-valve engine with electronic injection and forced air-cooled system. Thanks to its sporty contour, dynamic proportions and reduced weight, urban riding is much more nimble while fuel efficiency is also improved. The scooter’s unique monocoque structure greatly enhances its riding performance and durability. The GTS 150 3Vie Special Edition also has a large underseat compartment. Its front suspension is single arm with helical spring and single double-acting hydraulic shock absorber. Dual piston caliper disc brakes at the front and the rear add up riding safety and performance.
Vespa GTS 150 3Vie Special Edition is sold at Vespa’s authorised dealers nationwide at the price of THBaht142,900,- with a complimentary safety helmet from Vespa.
Vespiario (Thailand) Co., Ltd. was founded in 2009 with a commitment to blaze a trail of safety innovations for motorcyclists. Over the past five years of growth, the company’s business endeavour was consistently paralleled by strong corporate social responsibilities in area of road safety, as evident in its “Help Save One Life by Giving a Kid a Helmet” campaign that gives away safety helmets to young motorcycle passengers aged three to twelve years old and reaffirms the company’s committed effort to build sustainable awareness of Thai people about road safety.
[Source : Vespiario Thailand]