Moto Italia, the official distributor of Vespa in the Philippines, has officially launched the Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon Edition. Vespa has collaborated with Sean Wotherspoon to create a version of the Primavera that is full of style and personality.
The Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon is a special and limited edition model that “expresses all the creative energy of both Vespa and Sean.” This limited-edition model is characterized by its “explosion of Eighties-style color” to deliver a unique sense of style to the already stylish scooter The ground-breaking role of this edition was clearly stated in the words Sean Wotherspoon himself used to introduce the collaboration to his social media audience: “Who’s ready for the craziest Vespa they ever seen?!?”.
The design is completed with chrome finishes for the headlight frame, luggage rack and passenger handle, and black details such as the hand grips and silencer cover. There is also scope for a blend of materials including metal, plastic, velvet and rubber. In pure Vespa tradition, the body is made of steel–which has always been a distinguishing mark of every Vespa. The red footboard (in the same color as the shock absorber), in plastic and with a blue rubber insert, stands out on the metal body.
Sean Wotherspoon has chosen a light brown ribbed velvet for the saddle. He also added a white finish along with his distinctive logo placed on the front alongside the classic Vespa logo in white.
In order for its customers to be able to complement the scooter’s bright mix of colors, Moto Italia will also be selling a special line of Wotherspoon-inspired helmets and other accessories.
Powering the Primavera Sean Wotherspoon is a 150cc engine as the standard Primavera 150, which means it produces 12.9 hp and 12.8 Nm of torque, with power being sent through a Twist-And-Go CVT.
The Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon is now on sale at Vespa dealers with a price of P308,000. A Vespa top box and rear luggage rack are included for free.