Suddenly the Vespa offered much more precise steering response, neater handling manners that "talked to you," being also immensely more stable at speed and more neutral into line. The new structure body set the cornerstone for a solid escalation in performance that affirmed its credibility, with the creation of the following GTS 250 (bore 72mm, stroke 60mm, actual displacement 244cc, 21.2 hp at 8,250 rpm, 14,8 pound-feet at 6,500 rpm). In 2007, the GTS 250 unit evolved into that of the GTS 300 (bore 75mm, stroke 63mm, actual displacement 278cc, 21.2 hp at 7,750 rpm, 16.2 pound-feet at 5,000 rpm). As you can see from the numbers, the GTS 300 only offered higher torque at lower rpm, which was all the Vespa GTS needed to sprint off at the lights with extra zest, the right extra performance for an urban commuter like this. The Vespa GTS 300 remained unchanged in its mechanical components until 2018, only adding versions that were identified by different dressing and components: GTS Touring, GTS Super, GTS SuperSport. But basically they were all Vespa GTS 300.