2023 Vespa GTS Gets Bold New Colours And Four New Variants

  • Oct 10, 2022
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The Vespa GTS is offered with two engine specs: 125cc and 300cc.

  • It now complies with Euro 5 emissions. 
  • Offered in four variants: GTS, GTS Super, GTS Supersport, and GTS Supertech.
  • Updates include a new seat, new front suspension, and keyless ignition.  
  • Italian scooter brand Vespa has launched the updated 2023 GTS overseas. It comes with a host of updates, including new colour schemes, new variants and a bunch of tech and hardware additions to keep it competitive in the market. Here's a closer look. 

    To start things off, the 2023 GTS is offered in four new variants: GTS, GTS Super, GTS Supersport, and GTS Supertech in 125cc I-Get or 300cc HPE engine options. Both are liquid-cooled, electronically fuel-injected single-cylinder units. The 300 HPE is Vespa's most powerful engine yet, with 23.3PS and 26.7Nm on tap. As for the 125 version, it makes 13.8PS and 11.1Nm.

    In terms of updates, the 2023 GTS offers better rider and pillion comfort thanks to a new single-piece seat design and an all-new cantilever front suspension tuned to increase high-speed stability. All four variants feature keyless ignition and a Bike Finder function to help you find your GTS in a crowded parking lot. The electronic key fob also enables you to start your scooter remotely or open the seat with the press of a button.

    Both the GTS Supersport and GTS Supertech models let you access all your riding data via the Vespa MIA app on your smartphone. But the icing on the cake is the addition of the new 4.3-inch full-colour TFT display on the GTS Supertech. The other GTS variants have a three-inch analogue LCD instead.  

    Its 12-inch wheels come with disc brakes at both ends. The introduction of 14 different colour schemes on offer may also appeal to buyers.

    The new Vespa GTS lineup is already available in Piaggio showrooms abroad, priced at $7,799 (approx Rs 6.4 lakh) for the base model and ranging up to $8,499 (approx Rs 6.98 lakh) for the GTS Supertech. Considering its price point, it wouldn’t be wise to expect the GTS to make it to Indian roads. So we'd have to make do with Piaggio's current Indian lineup, which includes the SXL 125, ZX 125, VXL 125, SXL 150, VXL 150 and the Elegante 150.

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