(vespa 946)red

vespa 946

(vespa 946)red

vespa 946

The (VESPA 946)RED is from the 2017 line of the classic Vespa 946, short for the year in which it was born — 1946. The most exclusive and luxurious model of Vespa, the 946 embodies Italian elegance, aesthetic perfection, and cutting edge technology.

The Vespa 946 represents the evolution of style, complete with the creation of new lines that enhance the elegance of the original design. Artisanal and futuristic at the same time, the Vespa 946 is a symbol of our past modernised by a renovated design, attention to detail, and respect for the environment. The (VESPA 946)RED is the new chapter of a story of beauty, enthusiasm, commitment, and sensitivity. A unique story, just like Vespa.



Steelplate monocoque frame with aluminium parts (wheels, handlebar, side panels, front mudguard, mirror supports and seat support)


Breaking system and ASR traction control


155 cc, single cylinder 4 strokes, with catalytic converter and electronic fuel injection, single overhead camshaft, 3 valves


Full Led projectors and indicator lights. Full LCD instrument panel

MSRP: $10,499

2-year unlimited-mileage warranty. Limits are outlined in the warranty booklet. See dealer for details.
1 free year of road side assistance provided by Road America.
MSRP excludes destination & vehicle preparation charges.

Accessories & merchandising


Vespa is proud to be a partner of

The collaboration between Piaggio Group and (RED)® has lead to the creation of (Vespa 946)RED, a Vespa clad in shiny red, designed to benefit the programmes to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, promoted by the organisation founded in 2006 by Bono and Bobby Shriver.

The $360 million USD collected so far by the Global Fund have reached Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Zambia, and have fully been invested in research, prevention activities, treatments, drugs, HIV tests, and medical assistance, impacting over 70 million people. Those choosing a (Vespa 946)RED will join Piaggio in fighting the virus and helping women become mothers of healthy children.