From the same pedigree as the first Vespa prototype built by Piaggio in 1946, the Vespa LX 50 4V is more than 60 years in the making. Witness the evolution of style, comfort, and performance with the core values of Vespa that never change: steel monocoque chassis, passion, individualism, and integrity. Timelessly elegant design and a compact steel body come together to create a nimble Vespa that stands out in congested urban traffic.
With a legendary style, Vespa has always been in constant technological evolution. With the introduction of electronic fuel injection, the robust and reliable 4-stroke, 4-valve, air-cooled engine powering the Vespa LX 50 4V offers proverbial fuel efficiency and low running costs, gaining even better performances both in power and torque that are now available at lower engine speeds.
You'll love the bold "Dragon Red" or as we like to call it tonight, "Mad Men Red!" But if you're not a fan of red, we can make arrangements to order it in "Volcano Black, Midnight Blue, or Aquamarine."
What better to stock your kitchen than with these stunning plates and platter, handmade by JDRF Capitol Chapter children? Katherine Lucas, John Czekanski, Sara Jacob, Myles Traver, Charlotte Rose LaMotte, Bella Panciocco, and Warren Kahn worked with the designer at VisArts Center in Rockville to custom make ten glass plates and one large platter. You'll love the bright colors and geometric shapes inspired by the work of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.