73 years after the Piaggio brand was registered on April 23, 1946, with more than 18 million motorcycles on 6 continents, regardless of their passion, culture and background, Vespa has changed the way the world comes together, uniting young people on a common ground. In the case of mobility, it has closed the gaps between generations, nationalities and social backgrounds and has become an essential and intrinsic part of them, igniting cultural, musical, youth and lifestyle phenomena.

Since 2004, when 58,000 vehicles were produced, the growth of the Vespa brand has been surprising. This number increased from 100,000 in 2006 to 180,000 in 2017 and over 210,000 in 2018. Over the last ten years, more than 1.6 million Vespas have hit the road in every imaginable corner of the world.

Today, more than ever, Vespa is a true citizen of the world, with production facilities in three countries. Pontedera, in the heart of Tuscany and where Vespa has lived since 1946, is the production base for all western markets, including Europe and America. While Vinh Phuc serves the Far East in Vietnam, the newest facility in Baramati opened in April 2012 to manufacture Vespa for the Indian market.

Since 2016, Vespa has been meeting with Vespa-lovers in Turkey with Doğan Trend Automotive, a subsidiary of Doğan Holding, and its wide authorized dealer and service network. You can find detailed information about Vespa at