As from the 1960s, Piaggio began to churn out a series of highly successful products.

Ciao, the forefather of the modern moped, was born in 1967.

Between 1990 and 1994, Piaggio turned out the Sfera, the first scooter to feature a plastic bodywork, followed by Hexagon, a milestone in the maxi-scooter segment. Between 1973 and 1988, the Bravo moped was a big hit, and a series of new vehicles were introduced, such as Cosa, Superbravo and Grillo.

Born as a 50cc moped in 1997 and instantly carving out a place for itself on the market as a highly innovative product, Liberty soon become one of the most popular high-wheeled scooters around: the credit goes to its young and dynamic line, excellent build quality, and competitive price. A distinctive feature for its category is a great attention to detail.