Thursday, September 18, 2014

Scomadi scooters: bringing retro styling to modern scootering!

So, Scomadi Scooters have done what people have been clamoring for for many years: bringing modern scooter technology to a "real" retro styled scooter (not something George-Jetson-esque, calling it retro). They have basically taken the body of a GP Lambretta, and put in all the mechanics of a modern scooter, including double shock forks, disc brakes, and a powerful 4-stroke engine. The new scooters will be sold in 50cc, 125cc and 300cc versions!

This is directly from the Scomadi website: "The Turismo Leggera range represents the culmination of 10 years of prototype development. Utilizing the experience of PM Tuning Racing Products & Scooter Innovation, Scomadi are aimed at providing a new era in scootering for followers of iconic Italian design.

With styling cues taken from the Grand Prix model the goal was to create a “Modern Classic”. A machine that allows the true enthusiast to retain classic styling without sacrificing reliability or modern day functionality. The demand has grown since the original concept small volume models sold, with the latest mass production series of Scomadi’s being presented today. The Turismo Leggera range will present a dynamic package for the discerning scooterist.

First model to land on our shores will be the 50cc 4 stroke air cooled engine model, followed by the 125cc with a flagship model 300cc due for Spring 2015.The Scomadi TL300 will be equipped with the “class leading" italian 300cc, 4 valve, liquid cooled,fuel injected engine. One of the lightest, most compact, and powerful 300cc motors on the market. Powered by 22HP at 7,500 rpm. The TL300 ensures top performance in terms of speed and acceleration with reliability.

PRICING: 50cc model £1995 (in the region of), 125cc model £2495 (in the region of), 300cc model to be confirmed but can expected to be £4495 (in the region of)."

Pictured here are the technical specs of all the models (so far):

Here are some promo shots of the 50cc model:

Here are some detail shots of the 50cc model:

Here are some pics of the 300cc model:

More pics coming from their first production run of the 50cc's!