2024 Lambretta Elettra Review – Specs

The 2024 Lambretta Elettra has arrived, and it is set to revolutionize urban scooters. Despite concerns about speed limitations, this battery-powered scooter offers impressive in-town performance and a range that is perfect for city dwellers.

Don’t be fooled by its modest 5.4 horsepower continuous output. The Elettra packs a punch with an astonishing 190 ft-lbs of torque, allowing it to accelerate confidently from any stoplight. Additionally, the motor can unleash bursts of up to 15 horsepower, giving you the power you need when you need it. With a top speed of 68 mph, the Elettra is not designed for long commutes on the freeway, but it is the ideal companion for navigating city streets.

The range of the Elettra is highly dependent on factors such as riding style and power mode, much like a traditional gasoline-powered scooter. According to the esteemed WMTC (World Motorcycle Test Cycle), the Elettra is capable of traveling up to 65 miles on a single charge of its 4.6-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery. In Eco mode, with a speed limit of 25 mph, Lambretta claims an impressive range of 79 miles. In ride mode, reaching a maximum speed of 45 mph, the range drops slightly to 44 miles. Switching to sport mode allows for a range of 39 miles, with a maximum speed of 50 mph. These figures demonstrate that the Elettra offers more than satisfactory range for urban and suburban use.

By harnessing the power of a fast charger, the remarkable Elettra can swiftly charge from 20 to 80 percent in just 36 minutes, which falls well within the typical range of charging. Moreover, for European households that typically operate on 220 volts, achieving a full charge from zero to 100 percent takes a modest 5.5 hours.

Let me tell you about the impressive chassis of the 2024 Lambretta Elettra. First, the frame is made of cast aluminum, ensuring strength and durability. Surrounding the frame is steel bodywork, providing additional protection and a sleek design. And guess what? There’s even ample space to store your helmet.

But that’s not all. The Elettra features a horizontally mounted shock connected to an aluminum swingarm through a linkage system. This means you’ll experience smooth and controlled handling during your rides. And to further enhance the suspension, the front wheel is equipped with twin-shock linkage suspension.

And let’s talk about the tires. The Elettra doesn’t compromise when it comes to grip and performance. It boasts Pirelli Diablo Rosso Scooter tires mounted on 12-inch wheels. With a 110/90 front and 120/80 rear tire size, you can expect exceptional traction and maneuverability on any road surface.

Now, let’s talk numbers. The Elettra is impressively lightweight, tipping the scales at under 300 pounds. Just to put that into perspective, it’s only about a dozen pounds heavier than a Yamaha Zuma 125. Plus, the seat height is a manageable 30.7 inches, ensuring riders of various heights can comfortably enjoy the Elettra.

So, if you’re in the market for a stylish and well-built scooter, the 2024 Lambretta Elettra with its impressive chassis should be at the top of your list. Experience the thrill of riding a high-performance scooter that doesn’t compromise on style or functionality. Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Although we currently have limited information on the minimalist controls of the Lambretta Elettra, it’s evident that this scooter is quite different from what Jimmy or any other 1960s mod would be familiar with. Nevertheless, Lambretta remains committed to producing vintage-inspired scooters powered by internal combustion engines.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on the Lambretta Elettra, it’s important to note that a dealer network is currently only available in Europe. As for the price of this futuristic electric scooter, we unfortunately do not have that information at the moment.

2024 Lambretta Elettra Specs


  • Type: Permanent magnet synchronous
  • Peak output: 15 horsepower
  • Continuous output: 5.4 horsepower
  • Maximum torque: 190 ft-lbs
  • Top speed: 68 mph
  • Transmission: Clutchless single-speed


  • Type: Lithium-ion
  • Maximum capacity: 4.6 kWh
  • 220V home charger: 5.5 hours (0 to 100 percent)
  • Fast charger: 36 minutes from 20 to 80 percent


  • Eco: 79 miles @ 25 mph maximum
  • Ride: 44 miles @ 45 mph maximum
  • Sport: 39 miles @ 50mph maximum
  • WMTC-certified range: 65 miles


  • Frame: Cast aluminum w/ steel bodywork and aluminum swingarm
  • Front suspension: Linkage-assisted twin shocks
  • Rear suspension: Linkage-assisted horizontal shock
  • Tires: Pirelli Diablo Rosso Scooter
  • Front tire: 100/90 x 12
  • Rear tire: 120/80 x 12
  • Front brake: Disc w/ Brembo caliper
  • Rear brake: Disc


  • Wheelbase: 54.3 inches
  • Seat height: 30.7 inches
  • Curb weight: 298 pounds
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