Lambretta Models DL/GP & Serveta
In 1968, Nuccio Bertone was called upon to design a new range of Lambretta to replace the current Li and SX range. He came up with a completely new design, but keeping the same engine - the DL/GP range.
In Italy and other countries, they were the DL range and had an ink-splat on the legshield; in the UK, they were the Grand Prix (GP) and had a chequered flag.
GP 125 sold for £184 19s 6d, GP 150 sold for £212 19s 6d, while the GP came in at £249 19s 6d.
Around June 1970 the GP 200 Electronic was introduced and sold at the same price of £249 19s 6d.
Although the Spanish Serveta factory had always made Lambretta, on licence, they took over all production for Lambretta when the Innocenti factory closed.
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