Aluminium front grill, handlebar components and trim;
Interchangeable panels for personalisation;
Front and rear disc brakes (50cc has a rear drum brake);
V125 & V125 Special features combined braking system;
V200 & V200 Special comes with ABS;
LED headlight, taillight with integrated and indicators;
Combined digital/analogue dashboard display;
Ample underseat storage;
Glove box with USB port;
Side stand and centre stand; and
The name Lambretta comes from Lambrate, the suburb of the Milan where it all began in the Innocenti factory. Lambretta the brand name came from a mythical water spirit that was associated with the local river, which runs next to the former factory.
Lambretta scooters were quickly adopted as an affordable mode of transport in post-war Italy, due to its low running costs.
In the early 1960s, the Lambretta Series 3 was embraced by young Mods, but as wealth increased, they switched to cars.
Innocenti to close its doors in 1972, but Lambretta scooters have continued under license in several countries and under different brand names.