As the embodiment of “Vespa’s Racing Soul” the Vespa Sei Giorni 300 brings some of Vespa’s racing heritage to the scooter lineup. You read correctly, Vespa’s racing heritage. The iconic Italian brand pays homage to the model that was produced for the Varese International Six Day race in 1951. The black number plate on the side and front are accented by other black details throughout the machine. This model differs from the other lineup offerings with its low headlight position, smoked windshield, and “single seater” seat (also approved for a passenger, Vespa says). This scooter is powered by a 300cc HPE engine that’s suitable for making a mini racecourse out of the spaces between the bumper-to-bumper traffic.
Some competitors of the Sei Giorni 300 could include Vespa’s very own GTS 300. If you are looking for higher engine displacements in a scooter, then you can look up the Suzuki Burgman 400 for example.
The numbered Sei Giorni II Edition now has an LED taillight and redesigned shield and is powered by the 300 HPE engine. It is available in Sei Giorni Grey.