But even at six feet tall, there's tons of room here for a full size adult and you can take a passenger whether it's 50 cc or one 50 cc. So you have a lot of comfort on a vehicle like this and it's a lot of fun, a lot of fun to drive around. The bright red makes it really visible. People talk to you about it, it's pretty cool. So we're gonna talk about some of the practicality as well cause there's storage in here that you wouldn't expect in a typical motorcycle, both in here and in here. And I wanna show you how much and how it works because it's really practical. So the only product red label that you see is right here and it's the only one that says Product Red on the front we'll show you the different uh, label out the uh, the front cuz it's a little bit different, just says red. But to get to the storage, we're gonna turn this key one notch and press the key in and this pops out. Now this is a great little storage area for something like your cell phone or something like your wallet, your sunglasses, those kind of things. And what's nice is if you do put your cell phone in here, you've got a
Now another cool thing about this Vespa red is what comes inside. So let's just show you some of that. This is the bag that usually contains the owner's manual. Let's just pull the camera out and show you what's in this bag. So the first thing you have in the bag that's unique to this product, red Vespa, is this little bag here. Now I'm gonna keep it in the bag here. I'll show you a picture here of what that actually looks like when we take it outta here. I just wanna make sure that I keep this protected for the future owner of this vehicle. So we'll set that aside as well. And then you get your typical stuff from piaz, which is just your warranty booklet like this that is again in every Vespa, but then you have a little bit of extra special stuff. The first thing you have is your owner's manual and it is set apart for the Vespa red model.
Now it is the same owner's manual inside, but it does have a special cover. What you do get that's actually special is this right here, sort of a collector's edition type thing. And when you get a Vespa, Vespas are special and the different style of one over another can make it really unique. So I don't wanna break the binding or anything on this, but this is a very cool product red explanation book that also has a lot of cool pictures of your Vespa. So it's just kind of a cool mix of what Vespa is along with the product red uh stuff. And again, that would be a real collector's edition type thing that's exclusive to this model. So something that kind of comes extra and pretty cool with this model is this jumping back to this trunk storage area. Something to be aware of is on the Vespas. You can actually lift this tray out and you can see the motor down below. So for servicing and everything like that, that's super simple. The other thing is your fuel fill is right here and we talked about this bar right here on the
It has a speedometer that goes to 140 kilometers an hour and that's gonna allow you to have a little bit more power for the country highways. Now if I turn it on, I feel like there was one missed opportunity. They didn't change the back lighting from the traditional Primavera, which is blue here. You could have done a red back uh, lighting, which I think would've been cool, but I understand why they didn't do it. But again, very clear, easy to read information there. There's trip A, I think trip B as well. Let's just cycle through here. Trip A, trip B and your total kilometers down here and that's about it in the dash with a fuel gauge as well and a clock. So nice and simple stuff. If we turn the signals on, which we'll show you in a second, you have a single signal light, uh, button right there.
We turn your high beams on, you have the high beam light right there. We'll talk about the headlight in a second as we get around. We're also gonna speak about the brakes and I wanna show you a couple things in the controls. Alright, left side controls on a motorcycle. This is traditionally your clutch lever, but on a scooter it's your brake. So it's a lot like a bicycle. This is your rear brake whereas the other side is your front brake. You have a horn down here, you have signal lights there. So we turn on the signal like that, we cancel the signal like that. And then you have your high beam and low beam right there. Nice uh, good switch gear on the chrome and again brake lever instead of clutch lever. We'll show you the other side and talk about driving this vehicle. Driving a 50 cc scooter is a lot like driving an e-bike.
Taking a look at the other side of the exact same wheel, this is how your suspension system works. Now this piece is a bit of an anti-D dive technology. So if you've ever jammed the brakes on on a mountain bike or a motorcycle with like soft suspension that really dives, this will help prevent some of that. You have a disc brake in the back, a vented disc brake just like a vehicle. Actually it's a lot like a motorcycle that those drilled holes, they help dissipate heat. This one does not have abs at 50 cc. You can get front abs on or it's come standard on the one 50 cc. So, uh, for the speed you're going, not a huge concern to someone like me, I don't think would be a huge concern. Uh, but what's interesting here is being product red on the normal primavera.
The red one we just showed you or the normal, uh, sorry, the the normal sprint that was red this spring was red on the other scooter that we showed you at the beginning of the video. And they could have made it red here, but they chose to go black. So just an interesting styling detail that is certainly a standard part in red and they went black with it here on the product. Red taking a seat on the Vespa. A couple things I'd like to show you again when there's that headlight there and that high beam there, again, not directly aimed at the camera, but they look pretty cool. They give good visibility. Now a lot of time when you see a new vehicle in pre-production form, the designers don't like to show mirrors because they feel like mirrors take away from the lines of the vehicle. But what's cool about the Vespa is the mirrors are also that retro design and retro designs. They didn't worry about style, although they did with the Vespa, they worried about practicality. So both these mirrors, you can see they're well clear of my shoulders. A lot of motorcycle mirrors are kind of enclo, they're hard to clear your shoulders. So when I'm driving here, I don't see my arms at all. They see directly behind me, which contributes to
And a Vespa should stand out, it shouldn't blend into the background. So having this really cool red seat, everything about this stands out. The bright red color, the bright chrome, it looks really cool. But the benefit of this 50 cc is it can be right for a lot of people here in New Brunswick. You can drive this on a regular vehicle license if you're 14 years old instead of 16, you can actually do a test and drive this at 14 years old. So you have something that can be practical, it can add a vehicle to your life that's fun, that's efficient and it looks super cool. If you've ever wanted to own an iconic vehicle and the Porsche 911 isn't available to your price range, this is something that can fit that. They're a lot of fun and they're really cool. If you want to see Vespas in person, we have the entire product line here at Jim Gilbert's Power Sports. And even though I'm filming this in January, the showroom is absolutely full. I think there's like 20,000 square feet of showroom inside that has all kinds of Vespas and other vehicles as well. You can see the entire product line. So if you want to come see it, make sure you swing by Jim Gilbert's powerSports. And if you have other questions, make sure you let me know in the comments below because I'll answer those comments in the comments section and in future videos. Thanks everybody for watching.