Vespa LX 150. Black version with 9 lights
The Vespa LX is a scooter that was made by Piaggio from 2006 until 2014.
The LX 150 uses the same frame as the LX 50 but features a 150 cc engine capable of a listed maximum speed of 59 mph (95 km/h). The LX 150, like all modern Vespa scooters features a 4-stroke single overhead camshaft and steel frame construction. Vespa claims 70–75 mpg‑US (3.4–3.1 L/100 km; 84–90 mpg‑imp) fuel efficiency.
The LX models feature an automatic torque slave transmission and front disc and rear drum brakes.
Released in 2005, the LX is the Roman Numeral for 60, marking the sixtieth anniversary of the first Vespa scooter in 1946. The LXV, the V denoting a vintage style, was released the same year and is mechanically identical.