Italian-brand Lambretta launches G350 & X300 at the Milan Design Week 2022

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Lambretta, an Italian scooter maker, recently introduced two brand-new models to the general public. These models are the Lambretta G350 and the Lambretta X300, unveiled during the Milan Design Week 2022.

Lambretta G350 & Lambretta X300

These scooters have a design evocative of vintage Lambrettas from the bygone ages.

Despite this, both come standard with a plethora of amenities befitting the current day the modern era.

When released later this year, the new scooters explicitly designed for the European market and featuring a CVT automatic transmission and two new engines will be the manufacturer’s most cutting-edge models.

Lambretta G350

The 2022 Lambretta G350 gets its power from a 330 cc four-valve, single-cylinder, four-stroke, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine that pumps out 27 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 27 Nm of peak torque at 6,250 rpm.

Lambretta X300

Meanwhile, the 2022 Lambretta X300 is powered by a 275 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 25 hp at 8,250 rpm and 24.5 Nm of peak torque at 6,250 rpm.

LED headlights, disc brakes front and rear with anti-lock braking systems, USB charging ports, and digital display gauges are some of the cutting-edge features and components on each scooter.

Unlike the X300, the Lambretta G350 features a TFT-LCD screen and an electronic keyless ignition.

The Lambretta X300 has a curb weight of 165 kilograms, however, the Lambretta G350, which is the larger model, has a curb weight of 173 kilograms.

While the fuel tank in the G350 can hold up to 9.5 liters of fuel, the fuel tank in the X300 can only hold up to 7 liters of petrol.

Both sets of wheels on both scooters have a diameter of 12 inches, and the front suspension on both sets of scooters is a one-of-a-kind design that consists of a pair of trailing links.

Even though Lambretta scooters were popular in India throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the most recent two models that Lambretta is manufacturing are only designed with the European market in mind.

Availability in the Philippines

Locally, the Facebook page Lambretta Philippines has already posted updates about these two (2) new scooters, saying that they are now open for reservations.


The estimated price for cash is P380k to 400k for the Lambretta X300, and P450k to 480K for the Lambretta G350.

For the interested parties, there is a reservation fee of P100k. The estimated time of unit arrival in the Philippines is from November to December 2022.

You can visit Lambretta’s showroom in Metro Manila at ROPALI PLAZA, ESCRIVA DRIVE CORNER GOLD LOOP ORTIGAS CENTER PASIG.

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