Explore the V-Special 125, available with a choice of the iconic Lambretta Fix fender design or an updated Flex fender design.


  • Steel body work on tubular frame
  • 125cc 4T engine with direct fuel injection
  • Front and rear disc brake with combined brake system (CBS)
  • LCD display with Bluetooth connectivity and app
  • LED headlight, tail light and indicators
  • 12 V Charger
  • Integrated glove box
  • Luggage hook
  • Side and main stand
  • Large luggage area under the seat


 : V125 Special Fix
V125 Special Flex
Engine type: Single cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled
Displacement: 124,7 cm³
Compression ratio: 10,7:1
Fuel: Petrol (95 Octane)
Fuel management: ECS
Max. power: 7,5 kW@8500 rpm
Max. torque: 9,2 Nm@7000 rpm
Exhaust emission characteristic: Euro 4
Ignition: ECU
Starter: E-Starter
Consumption: 2,8 l/100km
CO2-Emission: 65 g/km
Maximum speed: 95 km/h
Gearbox: CVT
Final drive: Belt
Length: 1890 mm
Width: 695 mm
Height: 1115 mm
Wheelbase: 1340 mm
Seat height: ~ 800 mm
Tank capacity: 6 L ± 0,2 L
Front tyre: 110/70-12
Rear tyre: 120/70-12
Suspension front: Telescope fork
Suspension rear: Single suspension
Brakes front: Hydraulic disc: Ø 226 mm
Brakes rear: Hydraulic disc: Ø 220 mm (CBS)


V-Special 125 Fix V-Special 125 Flex
Chassis: Matt grey
Seat: Dunkelbraun
Chassis: Red
Seat: Black
Chassis: White
Seat: Red



With the introduction of the 175 TV in 1957 Innocenti introduced the fix fender that became the iconic character of all future Lambrettas.

The fix fender design, ‘fixes’ the front fender position. When the rider turns the handlebars left and right the front wheel turns however the front fender remains fixed, pointing straight-ahead.

With the flex fender design, the front fender follows the front wheel as it turns left to right.

The V-Special is available in both Fix as well as Flex fender designs to appeal to the personal taste of its owner.




Lambretta introduces the double layer side panel. The base is an ingenious 1.2 mm steel middle beam that stretches to the sides in an airplane profile architecture.

This construction not only enables Lambretta owners to reach their engine easily, but also avoids unnecessary added weight.

The sides are then covered with side panels that can be delivered in different shapes and colours.

The standard V-Special is ‘monocolore’.



To further customize the ‘lammy’, Lambretta has prepared full carbon panel sets for the aftermarket that will convert the machine into a real old school Lambretta ‘bicolore’.