2010 Piaggio X7 Evo 300 i.e 新車速報 11 Nov 2009


以操控好見稱的X7 250,在2010變身成為X7 300 EVO。新車的排氣量其實和Nexus 300一樣,都是278.3cc,馬力和扭力分別是22.5hp@7,500rpm和2.43kg-m@5,750rpm。比起上款244cc的X7-250,增長主要集中在扭力方面,以及峰值輸出所需的轉數都有所下降。換句話說,同一速度同一表現之下,X7 300的表現會較X7 250氣定神閒,油門響應性更高。


X7 Evo is Piaggio's compact GT scooter: agile and compact, making it an effective tool for carving through city traffic, but as
stable and protective as a maxi scooter. Outstanding performance is ensured by a choice of 125 ie and 300 ie engines (4 stroke, 4 valve liquid cooled units), large diameter 13” and 14” wheels and an intelligently designed, perfectly balanced chassis

Piaggio X7 Evo is a solution for urban and metropolitan mobility that combines the best characteristics of a diverse spectrum of
scooter genres. With its elegant and distinctive design and a dry weight of just 159 Kg (161 Kg for the 300), Piaggio X7 Evo fuses
the typical light weight and dynamism of an urban scooter with levels of stability, handling and protectiveness which, until now,
had been the sole domain of the much bulkier maxi scooter.

Style: created around the rider.
The design of the Piaggio X7 Evo was created  around the rider: the result is perfect ergonomics, for a vehicle that is responsive
but comfortable and is fun but also easy to use in city traffic. The lines of the Piaggio X7 Evo were sculpted around the rider: an aerodynamic and protective leg shield, a windscreen mounted on the handlebars and muscular, taut side fairing panels. The rider sits within a cocooning space, becoming one with the vehicle: the result is a scooter that feels almost as if you wear it rather than ride it, which is simple and effective to use.

The frontal view is defined by a large headlight  creating a strong family tie with the latest generation of Piaggio GT scooters,
lending the Piaggio X7 Evo an aggressive look with a deliberately glaring expression.  The handlebar-mounted windscreen continues the sleek lines of the leg shield uninterruptedly to ensure maximum aerodynamic protection.  The side fairing panels, defined by simple yet decisive lines, emphasise the dynamism of the vehicle and underscore its imposing yet compact forms.

Even the large, comfortable saddle blends perfectly into the forms of the new X7 Evo, while the low saddle height means that riders can easily reach the ground in all conditions. The footrest platforms and the centre tunnel are designed for maximum comfort and sturdiness and, with the saddle and handlebar layout, complete the ergonomic package of the Piaggio X7 Evo conceived for absolute control.

Outstanding load carrying capacity is ensured by a generous helmet compartment below the saddle, capable for holding two helmets (one flip up and one jet helmet), without compromising the sleek, compact proportions of the tail, which are in perfect harmony with the rest of the vehicle. Additional load carrying ability is offered by the new rear luggage rack with integrated grab handles for the passenger.

Another practical touch is the electric fuel filler release button, which is mounted on the handlebar to allow refuelling without
getting off the vehicle. The minute attention to detail is even evident in the instrument panel – angled toward the rider for greater readability – offering a comprehensive array of information and functions with elegantly sporty graphics emphasised by chrome bezels.

Chassis and engines:sparkling performance in total safety.
The new Piaggio X7 Evo stands out from the crowd for its safety and responsiveness in all conditions. Stable, agile, light and
protective, X7 Evo has been conceived to be used all year round, both in the city and for extraurban commuting.

The frame, consisting of a double cradle in high strength steel, is complemented by a sturdy hydraulic fork with 35 mm stanchions at the front  and a swingarm at the rear, which incorporates the transmission and is linked to a pair of hydraulic shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload offering 4 different positions.

The five spoke alloy wheels stand out immediately not just for their aggressive black  colour but also for their diameter (14” at
the front and 13” at the rear) and for the generous tyre sizes used (120/70 and 140/60). The class-leading braking system is a
guarantee of safety for the Piaggio X7 Evo: with discs, measuring 260 and 240 mm in diameter respectively, stopping both the front
and the rear. Both discs are in steel and are arrested by two-piston floating callipers.


Conceived for daily use and with total practicality in mind, Piaggio X7 Evo may be personalised with a comprehensive range of accessories which includes: a colour keyed top box with an impressive 45 litre capacity, lockable with the ignition key and capable for holding two flip up helmets, a windscreen in 4 mm thick metacrylate, a Tom Tom navigator, a leg cover and a vehicle cover.

Piaggio X7 Evo 300 i.e. (125 i.e.) – Technical specifications


 Single cylinder, 4 stroke, 4 valves

 Engine Displacement

 278.3 cc (124cc)

 Bore x Stroke

 75 mm x 63 mm (57 mm x 48.6 mm)

 Compression ratio

 11:1 (12.3:1)


 Unleaded petrol

 Max power at crankshaft

 22.4 HP [16.4kW] at 7,500 rpm (15 HP [11 kW] at 9,250 rpm)

 Max torque

 23.8 Nm at 5,750 rpm (12.1 Nm at 7,500 rpm)

 Cooling system



 Twist-and-go CVT with torque server




 Double cradle in tubular steel

 Front suspension

 Telescopic hydraulic fork with 35 mm diam. stanchions, wheel travel 90 mm

 Rear suspension

 Double dual action hydraulic shock absorber with adjustable  

 preload offering 4 different settings - wheel travel 90 mm

 Front brake

 260 mm diameter disc

 Rear brake

 240 mm diameter disc

 Front wheel rim

 Die-cast aluminium, 3.50"x14"

 Rear wheel rim

 Die-cast aluminium, 3.50"x13"

 Front tyre

 Tubeless 120/70 - 14”

 Rear tyre

 Tubeless 140/60 - 13"


 2,060 mm / 745 mm


 1,480 mm

 Seat height

 790 mm

 Dry weight

 161 Kg (159 Kg)

 Fuel tank capacity

 12 litres, including  2 litre reserve (1.8 litres)

Emissions compliance

Euro 3