|Body style||2-door coupé Lusso|
|Body style||2-door Cabrio coach Turismo|
|Engine||393 cc, 2-cylinder, Two-stroke|
|Fuel capacity||23 l (6 US gal) (5 imp. gal)|
The Vespa 400 was a tiny passenger car with a 349 cc engine built in both 2 and 4-seater versions.
The Vespa 400 is a microcar, produced by ACMA (Ateliers de Constructions de Motos et Accessoires) in Fourchambault, France, from 1958 to 1961 to the designs of the Italian Piaggio company. Two different versions were sold, "Lusso" and "Turismo".
- Two cylinder, two stroke, air cooled. Bore, stroke: 63 mm x 63 mm (393 cc).
- Compression ratio
- 6.4 to 1 with 12 horsepower.
- Four wheel independent. Four double acting hydraulic shock absorbers with coil springs.
- 3 speed, with 2nd, 3rd and reverse synchromesh. 4 speed available in non-U.S. markets.
- With only 18 hp (13 kW), top speed is 50 to 55 mph (80 to 90 km/h), depending on road grade, wind conditions, etc. Achieving top speed takes a leisurely 25 seconds. Fuel economy is about 5L/100KM.