Giorgio Armani x Vespa Limited Edition 946 Scooter

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Birthdays call for a celebration, and brand’s are no different. Two of Italy’s most beloved brands have teamed up to create a special edition Vespa for the new year. Behold the Giorgio Armani and Vespa Limited Edition 946 Scooter.

With 170 years of design between the two of them (Armani at 40 and Piaggio at 130), the two companies decided it was time to combine those talents. The end result is a beautiful scooter draped in a dark grey colorway with hints of a deep green gradient shining through. All of the vehicle’s metal components have been finished off in a satin coat, while a brown leather seat and matching handles round out the aesthetics. Powering the 946 is a four-stroke electronic injection engine, and providing stopping power is a two channel ABS braking system complete with 220mm double disc brakes. The scooter will be released across the globe later this month.

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