The feature list is similar to the standard SXL series. Thus, the Racing Sixties come with an LED headlamp, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a 7.4-litre fuel tank and front storage pockets.
The Vespa SXL Racing Sixties come in two displacement options – 125cc and 150cc. The 150 variant uses a 149cc, three-valve, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that produces 10.2bhp and 10.6Nm. The 125 version is powered by a 125cc, three-valve engine that makes 9.7bhp and 9.6Nm.
The styling cues are further enhanced by the gold-coloured alloy wheels. Both the scooters ride on 11-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels.
The hardware on the Racing Sixties, similar to the standard SXL range, comprises of a single-sided link-type setup at the front, a mono-shock at the back a disc up front and a drum at the rear.
The Racing Sixties come with a special paint job inspired by the racing liveries from the 1960s. The white paint job is accompanied by red racing stripes running across various panels such as front fender, apron, handlebar cowl and rear panel.
Special-edition Vespa Racing Sixties scooters inspired by racing machines from the era of 1960s. The Vespa Racing Sixties are available in two variants of 125cc and 150cc.
As its name suggests, the Racing Sixties edition features a special livery inspired by the brand’s racing scooters from the ‘60s. The scooters get a white paint as a base with red racing stripes running across the front fender, apron, headlamp cowl as well as the rear panel. Further complementing its retro appeal is the gold-finished alloy wheels.
The Vespa Racing Sixties 125 is powered by a 124cc, three-valve engine that is air-cooled and fuel-injected. It produces 9.7bhp and 9.6Nm. On the other hand, the Racing Sixties 150 uses a 149cc motor that churns out 10.2bhp and 10.6Nm
The scooter ride on 11-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels. Its suspension hardware consists of a single-sided, link-type setup at the front and a monoshock at the rear. Meanwhile, braking is handled by a disc at the front and a drum at the rear.