Vespa, Disney collaborate for Mickey Mouse edition scooter

    This special paint scheme is available on the Vespa Primavera 50cc, 125cc and 150cc scooters overseas.

    Published On Jun 22, 2023 07:00:00 AM


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    Vespa is known worldwide for its iconic design language, which, much like the Porsche 911, hasn’t changed much over the multiple decades it's been on sale. Now, the iconic Italian brand has collaborated with Disney to create the Disney Mickey Mouse Edition by Vespa.

    Vespa Mickey Mouse edition: details

    The scooter is painted red, black and yellow – the colours of the iconic Mickey Mouse cartoon. The company says that the yellow wheels are reminiscent of Mickey Mouse’s shoes, while the black mirrors recall his unmistakable round ears. A graphic pattern outlining the character’s silhouette can be found on both sides of the scooter as well as the front. There is also Mickey Mouse’s signature featured on, both, the seat and just above the front left indicator.

    The base scooter used for this special edition is the Vespa Primavera (similiar to the Vespa SXL body style sold in India) and is available in all three displacement configurations it is sold in – 50cc, 125cc and 150cc. The special edition scooter also comes with helmets in the same colours to help you complete the look.

    Closer to home, we’ve seen something similar on the TVS Ntorq, which comes in a SuperSquad edition, featuring the colours of some famous Marvel superheroes.

    Would you purchase this Disney Mickey Mouse Edition by Vespa? Let us know in the comments below.

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