Designed by Pontedera Vespa Style Center, Quarantasei still maintaining the classic Vespa typical line established from the original 1945 MP6 prototype, "Wasp" or "Hornet" which is the ancestor of all types of Vespa.
The most distinguishing element Quarantasei design is an aggressive form of leaning on the back seat, with a chairlift design and added the bottom of the frame rises toward the tail like a wasp.
While this is designed purely as a Vespa concept, but it is indeed a glimpse of future models, the powerplant is very real and possible to actually be produced as a scooter of the future.
Piaggio developed 125cc fuel-injected four-stroke, air-cooled three-valve engine Quarantasei new as a buffer. According to Piaggio, three-valve timing to optimize engine load movement in the cylinder and the position of the spark plug, improving combustion and helps keep the engine cool components.
Piaggio claims a maximum output of 11.7 hp at 8250 rpm, while torque peaks at 7.6 at 7000 rpm. For the 150cc version of the claim can eject a peak output of 13.0 hp at 8000 rpm and torque of 9.3 at 6500 rpm.