Justin Bieber Designed His Own White-Hot Vespa Scooter, and You Can Buy One

Vespas have become a popular ride for some of Hollywood’s biggest names. Everyone from Hugh Jackman to Andrew Garfield has been spotted zipping about town in the the Italian two-wheelers. In fact, megawatt pop star Justin Bieber loves the scooters so much that he just designed one of his own—and the results are, well, fire.

Dubbed simply the Justin Bieber x Vespa, the limited-edition bike was conceptualized and designed by the Canadian singer himself. The Biebs’s creation is essentially Vespa’s popular Sprint model with a striking all-white monochromatic colorway. Adding a touch of attitude, the scooter also sports white-hot flames on the chassis that harken back to old-school hot rods.

Elsewhere, the bike comes equipped with Vespa’s signature rectangular headlight and 12-inch wheels. And because this is 2022, the scooter also offers multifunctional display that syncs with smartphones, lets you play your favorite Bieber hits, or adjust the LEDs.

A close-up look at the Justin Bieber x Vespa scooter. 


In terms of power, the scooter will be available with Vespa’s classic 50cc, 125cc or 150cc engines that each deliver a top speed of 40 mph, 60 mph and 70 mph, respectively.

“The first time I rode a Vespa was somewhere in Europe, probably either London or Paris,” Bieber said in a statement. “I just remember seeing a Vespa and being like ‘I want to ride one of those.’”

To ensure you ride in style, the “Love Yourself” singer also designed a few matching accessories, including a pair of gloves, a bag and an all-white helmet emblazoned with the white flames.

Of course, Bieber isn’t the first to reimagine the Italian icon. In 2020, Dior unveiled a luxurious take on the classic scooter. Streetwear designer Sean Wotherspoon also previously penned a version of the Vespa Primavera for style-savvy hypebeasts.

The Justin Bieber x Vespa will only be produced until the end of this year, so best move fast. You can pre-order the scooter via the Vespa website starting on April 20, 2022. The 125cc model won’t be sold in the US, but you can pick up the 50cc edition for $4,999 or the 150cc version for $6,549.

Source: Robb Report

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