New Design Vespa Quarantasei

New Design Vespa Quarantasei Old is Gold and Vespa’s timeless beauty makes the same statement ! If you love Vespa and it’s Old design than it’s a pleasing news for you. On the eve of it’s 65th Birth day and Vespa celebrates with an edition dedicated to his milestone and designed new Vespa Quarantasei in the timeless styling of its 1945 MP6 scooter prototype in two version with four-stroke engine and the modern performance of a fuel-injected.

While its roots are vintage, Vespa developed a modern three-valve, four-stroke engine for the Quarantasei. Vespa’s parent company Piaggio says the three-valve timing “optimizes the load motion in the cylinder and the positioning of the spark plug, increasing combustion and helping keep components cool.” It comes in two sizes, a 125cc and 150cc version. The 125cc engine is claimed to put out 11.6 hp and 7.6 lb-ft of torque while the 150 is said to muster 13 hp at 8000 rpm and 9.3 lb-ft of torque at 6500 rpm. It is fed electronically while a three-way catalytic converter in the small pipe slung indiscreetly down the right side helps it meet Euro 3 standards.

The bars are swept clean of anything unnecessary and end in wing-shaped LED turn signals. Ergonomic grips feature hand-stitched leather and brake levers have no visible pivots, cables or hydraulic lines. The hanging seat is similar to last year’s Moto Guzzi concept bikes and looks great hovering over a wasp-like engine cover. Right where you would expect to find a small, traditional headlight is a huge projector. A nearly horizontal LED taillight on the engine cover surrounds what appears to be the gas cap and there’s no license plate mount in sight.

Vespas have never been more efficient and pleasant to ride than they are today. But Piaggio does not rest on its laurels. So, it revisited the current lineup to see what its most-productive evolutionary step might be.From the way the front shield is curved to form the footboard to the sharply pointed rear end, side ventilation louvers, floating seat and airfoil-shaped handlebar, the Quarantasei was clearly inspired by the original 98cc Vespa.