Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition – New edition of the six-day scooter

Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition
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Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition

Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition

Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition

Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition

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Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition
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Vespa puts on a Sei Giorni again.

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After 2017, the Sei Giorni II Edition is already the second edition.

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The special model comes in a limited edition and exclusively in a gray lacquer dress.

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The hump bench is approved for two people and has white piping.

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Cockpit with chrome-plated steel steering handlebars and white dials.

Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition

New edition of the six-day scooter

In 1951, Vespa dominated the Sei Giorni Internationale di Varese racing event. Now the Italians are again launching a special model to remind them.

As early as 2017, Vespa launched the Sei Giorni based on the GTS 300 has a special model that was considered a homage to the victories of the Sei Giorni Internationale di Varese (currently six days) in 1951. The manufacturer Piaggio developed the Vespa Sei Giorni especially for racing. Nine gold medals were won with her. Vespa is now starting a new edition of the special model and is accordingly calling it Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition. The basis is again the GTS 300, which now has the new high-performance single-cylinder, which draws 23.8 hp and 26 Nm torque from 278 cm³, making it the most powerful Vespa series engine of all time.

Be Giorni with special equipment

The Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition has its headlight directly on the front fender again. Another characteristic feature is the largely exposed, chrome-plated tubular steel handlebar, which in the special model is combined with a white speedometer dial in the analog speedometer. Other special equipment includes black start number fields with a white number 6 on the front mask and the right rear side part, black rims with Sei Giorni rim edge stickers, a black exhaust and the special Six Days Gray paintwork. There is also a seat bench with white piping approved for two people and a Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition special model badge with a consecutive serial number.


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The special model is technically based on the Vespa GTS 300.

In addition to the special model, customers can also purchase a suitably designed open face helmet as well as T-shirts and bags. The Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition is now available from all authorized dealers. The price including additional costs is 6,690 euros. The original Sei Giorni model is one of the most popular Vespa models today. At that time only 300 copies of the Sei Giorni were built.

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