Piaggio tricycles arrive in Brazil

Apé line will be offered in passenger or cargo version with gasoline or electric engine options. 2W Motors has not yet officially fixed the prices, but they should be between R$35,000 and R$40,000 for the gasoline models.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The name Piaggio is not totally unfamiliar to Brazilians. The homonymous group is responsible, among several brands, for the classic Vespa scooters.

Outside, however, it even has a commercial vehicle division. Now two work-oriented Piaggio models will start to be marketed in Brazil.

The importation is being done by the 2W Motors group, an importer of Husqvarna motorcycles since 2015 and owns some Royal Enfield dealerships here. The Piaggio Commercial Vehicles brought to Brazil are the classic tricycles of the Apé line, in cargo or passenger options.

The Piaggio Apé goes back to the 1950s . . .

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