What does Vespa mean in Italian?
The name means wasp in Italian. The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio & Co. S.p.A. of Pontedera, Italy to a full line of scooters and one of seven companies today owned by Piaggio.
Who makes Vespa scooters?
The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio & Co. S.p.A. of Pontedera, Italy to a full line of scooters and one of seven companies today owned by Piaggio.
Why join the Vespa World Club?
Our task is to provide service to the Vespisti and create a sense of togetherness, the strong sense of belonging to a large family, which we believe we are. European national Vespa Clubs, members of Vespa World Club, please contact us to join our continental association.
What is the range of the new Vespa Elettrica?
Vespa Elettrica with a 2 kW battery and a range of 100 km (62 mi). There will be an hybrid option as well with a range of 200 km. Piaggio started production on September 2018 and it was released at the beginning of 2019.
What is the Vespa World Club?
The Vespa World Club is an association that has been coordinating the activities of national Vespa Clubs and their interregional activities since 2006. Thanks to the irrepressible passion of its participants, the spirit of the Vespa can be kept alive.
Why go to a Vespa World Day?
Over the years the organisation of the Vespa World Days has become more involved for the Host Nation, especially as the years go by, the bar of achievement by the Volunteers, and more so the expectancy from the Vespa Enthusiasts travelling hundreds, even thousands of miles, is pushed higher each year.
What is the Vespa meeting?
The Vespa meeting is an opportunity to discover the beauty of the city/region/country to Vespisti who live far away. Our main event is Vespa World Days, the successor of Eurovespa.
What is the Vespa village?
The Vespa Village is the main focal point for everybody to meet old and new friends from around the world and to share their travelling experiences—not only to this event, but to other events that are held all over Europe.