Vespa Sei Giorni Series II Limited Edition (GTV)

Colour: Grey Sei Giorni

Please contact Dean

or Jamie at Vespa House for Stock availability.

Vespa House is very pleased to showcase the 2020 Vespa Sei Giorni II Edition: the origins of a legend.

Become a modern-day legend

Paying homage to the glorious days of the original Vespa Sport “Sei Giorni”, built for the 1951 edition of the Sei Giorni Internazionale (6-Day International) in Varese, Italy, where the two-wheeled legend scooped 9 gold medals, this modern-day version fuses technology and a passion for travel with an authentic slice of Vespa sporting history.

No shortage of technology

No technology has been left unexplored when it comes to ensuring maximum comfort, with high-tech design behind the ergonomics, safety and a host of other details. Just some of these include the riding position, integrated safety system and USB port so your phone is always charged, meaning you can travel with peace of mind on long trips.

Embrace authentic style

The Vespa Sei Giorni beautifully harnesses the classic sporting spirit of original Vespas, with features such as the lights placed on the front mudguard, handlebar with exposed metallic tube and elegant instrument panel with an analogue speedometer on a white background.

 In 2020, Vespa Sei Giorni II edition is produced as a numbered edition and is redesigned in terms of its style and technical content.

Characterised by the large body made strictly in steel, perfect for moving about elegantly in the city but always ready for travel and adventure, the updated Vespa Sei Giorni adopts the most powerful engine in the history of the world's most famous and beloved scooter. The new 300 HPE engine (High-Performance Engine) is the latest evolution of the 300 cc single-cylinder 4 stroke 4 valve liquid-cooled engine with electronic injection. With respect to the first version, maximum power reaches a value of 17.5 kW (23.8 HP) at 8250 revs, which translates into an increase of 12%, while maximum torque, equal to 26 Nm at 5250 revs, rises by 18%.

How the Sei Giorni II born.... 

The year was 1951 and the Piaggio Squadra Corse astonished the racing world, triumphing over real off-road motorbikes in one of the hardest and most prestigious competitions. In the post-war period, regularity competitions were in their heyday: these were taxing trials on extremely hard routes, hundreds of kilometres long. An extraordinary test bench for man and machine.

The most prestigious competition was the Sei Giorni Internazionale which, in its 26th edition, was held in Varese.

The ten Vespas that took to the start line were regarded with general scepticism: what could they possibly hope to achieve against real motorbikes designed for racing? Yet Vespa, with the model created specifically for that race and based on the Sport version, dominated to take no less than 9 individual gold medals. It was a crushing supremacy achieved on impervious off-road routes and with a pure speed trial at the Monza circuit, which also earned Piaggio the Industry Gold Medal as the only Italian team to win the trial.

The Vespa “Sei Giorni” which took its name from that victory, was very similar to the standard model aesthetically, differing primarily for its larger fuel tank, more streamlined shield and larger right-side pannier housing the carburettor on the cylinder. That Sei Giorni model is one of the most legendary in the history of Vespa and is now highly sought after by collectors. It is one of the most valuable Vespas in the world since it was produced as a limited edition of roughly 300 units, clearly destined for regularity competitions.




Engine type

Piaggio HPE 4 stroke single-cylinder

Fuel distribution system

Electronic injection


278 cc

Bore & Stroke

75 mm x 63 mm

Max. Power

17 kW @ 8500 rpm

17.5 kW @ 8250 rpm (China, Japan & Korea)

Max. Torque

25.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

26.0 Nm @ 5250 rpm (China, Japan & Korea)

Cooling system

Liquid cooling


CVT with torque server


Front suspension

Single-sided swingarm with coil spring and hydraulic control

Rear suspension

Double hydraulic shock absorber with four-position spring pre-load adjustment

Front Wheel

Tubeless 120/70 - 12”

Rear Wheel

Tubeless 130/70 - 12"

Brake system

ABS  2 channels

Front brake

Hydraulically operated 220 mm stainless steel disc - ABS

Rear brake

Hydraulically operated 220 mm stainless steel disc - ABS



1950 mm


770 mm


1,375 mm

Fuel capacity

8.5 (± 0.5 ) liter

Shipping times may vary depending on your location, the day, the time of day and/or the time of year you placed an order. Orders placed before 2pm will generally be sent to you the same day. Otherwise all orders will generally be packaged and sent within 1-2 business days.

Scooters will not be shipped unless arranged directly with Vespa House. 

Order timeframes are as stated below. 

Shipping Australia Wide: 

Free shipping on orders over $300. 
Flat rate shipping of $15 for all other orders. 
Delivery will typically arrive within 2-4 business days to metro areas. 

International Shipping:
Shipping rates are calculated at the checkout. 
Delivery will typically arrive within 3-7 business days to metro areas. 

We offer a 30 day return/exchange policy. 
Find out more about our shipping and return policies 


Vespa House 
Vespa and Piaggio Sales, Servicing and Repairs Melbourne Victoria.
155-157 Johnston Street Collingwood Vic 3066

Phone: 03 9417 0342

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