50 years ago, in San Francisco, the “ Summer of Love “ushered in the birth of the “Flower Power” movement that peaked in 1969 with the Woodstock festival.
To pay tribute to this nostalgic era that would lead to the “hippie” movement, the temporary exhibition to be held at Autoworld in February will showcase the legendary Combi T1 that accompanied this movement throughout those years.
We're keen to stay with the Italian theme for a little longer, which is why we will soon be turning the spotlight on one of the first and most lovable Italian scooters: the Vespa.
The new two-wheeler that Enrico Piaggio nicknamed ”Vespa” (wasp in Italian) when he saw the prototype model for the first time has this year reached its 70th birthday.
Since its birth through to this day the Vespa has enjoye...