50 1990
50 Allungata 1967-71
50 Elestart 1969-83
50 Super Sprint 1965-73
90 1963-84
946 2013-14
946 Bellisima 2014
946 Emporio Armani 2015
98 1946-55
98 Corsa 1947
100 1978-93
125 1948-50
125 1951-52
125 1990
125 GT / Sprint 1966-73
125 GTR 1968-78
125 Primavera 1965-67
125 Utilitaria 1953
   
150 Cosa 1988-98
150GL 1962-65
150GS 1955-61
150 Sprint 1965-76
150 / 150 Super 1954-60
150 / 150 Super 1960-79
150 TAP 1956-59
160GS 1962-64
180 Rally 1968- 73
180 Super Sport 1964-68
200 Cosa 1988-90
200 Rally 1972-79
Elettrica 2017
ET2 50 1996-00
ET2 50 2001-05
ET4 50 2000-05
GT 200 L 2003-06
GTS 125 i-get 2017
GTS 125 Super 2009
GTS 125 Super Sport 2012
GTS 150 i-get 2017
GTS 250 IE 2006-11
GTS 300 IE 2010-14
GTS 300 IE Super 2009-14
GTS 300 Super Sport SE 2012-14
GTV 300 IE 2013-14
GTV 250 2007-10
LX 50 2T 2006-12
LX 50 4T 2006-12
LX 50 and S50 2013-14
LX 150 IE and S150 IE 2013-14
LXV 150 IE 2013-14
P80 1981-90
PK 50 Models 1982-93
PK 50 N Speedmatic 1992-96
PK 125 1982-85
PK 125ETS 1984-85
PX 125T5 1985-99
PX 125 1998-02
PX 125 2003-07
PX 125 2008-13
P 150S / X 1978-90
P 200E 1977-82
PX 200E 1982-99
Primavera 50 2015
Primavera 125 2015
Primavera 150 2015
Quarantasei Concept 2012
S50 Sport SE 2013-14
S 150 Sport SE 2013-14
Sprint 150 2015

Vespa Model History

From the very first 98cc model in 1946 to the 2003 Granturismo and the Vespa S in 2007, Piaggio has produced over 144 models, versions and variants of the Vespa (marked by different chassis codes): 144 models that trace the technical evolution of the world's most famous scooter.

By the time the Vespa ET4 was launched in 1996, over 20,000 modifications had been made to the original 1946 product and over 1,500 parts replaced.

It is difficult to pick out the most representative Vespas in an evolution that has lasted over 60+ years. Some Vespas are sought after by collectors because they belong to a special series, or because they were rapidly replaced by subsequent versions, and are highly priced in the period scooter market, which is extremely active all over the world.

Others, which were produced in greater numbers or stayed on the market longer, are classic scooter models that have left their mark in the history of two-wheeled mobility.

There is no lack of authentic technical records in the Vespa's history, each of which renews the tradition of innovation that has marked the evolution of the world's best selling motor scooter.

Click here for a brief model history.