The Principe and Pegassi Faggio is a scooter based on the Piaggio range of scooters, found in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned, The Ballad of Gay Tony and Grand Theft Auto V.


GTA Vice City - GTA Vice City Stories

The Faggio's appearance remained virtually unchanged between GTA Vice City to GTA Vice City Stories, being based off a 1970s-1980s Piaggio Vespa, apart from one of its brake lights being broken on the San Andreas model.


In GTA IV, the Pegassi Faggio City-XS took on the appearance of a modern scooter, possibly a 2000-present Piaggio Zip or a 2007 Peugeot V Clic with the headlight and name from a CPI Oliver City.

In The Ballad of Gay Tony and GTA V, the "Second Generation" is present as well as a more classical version (called Faggio Ultra in the beta) reminiscent of the original Vespa, but features exotic seat covers in purple velvet, or with leopard or zebra skin patterns.


3D Universe

The Faggio is the slowest motorcycle in each of the four games in which the vehicle appears, but makes up for this with its excellent maneuverability, acceleration, and light weight.

HD Universe

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The Faggio has a new engine sound, no longer has a single transmission number, and its handling has been greatly changed, yet it is still the slowest motorbike in the game. Using the Faggio is the easiest way to do long wheelies.


The Pizza Boy (or Pizzaboy) delivery scooter, featured in GTA Vice City, GTA San Andreas and GTA Liberty City Stories, is a modified Faggio with a back-mounted box installed to carry pizzas (or other goods), and painted in the livery of the vehicle's respective owners. Another delivery scooter, the NoodleBoy from GTA Liberty City Stories, has similar handling and speed to the Faggio, but has a different, more contemporary design. In GTA Vice City Stories, there is another delivery moped looking like the Faggio called the Ventoso; which has a higher top speed and acceleration than the Faggio.


The Faggio Stevie requests.

In GTA IV, a Faggio is requested in Stevie's Car Thefts, appearing in a unique light green paintjob. As a new Faggio will spawn in the same spot until the player delivers it, the player can keep one and deliver the other to Stevie.


GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty City


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  • When the player switches to Trevor, he can be riding one and stalking another Faggio driver while randomly shouting "scooter brothers".


  • "Faggio" is Italian for "beech", however the name is presumably a play on the word "fag" or "faggot" given the inferior performance of the scooter in comparison to other bikes (and indeed, most vehicles).
  • In GTA IV, the two default radio stations in the Faggio are Jazz Nation Radio 108.5 and Fusion FM.
  • The Faggio is very useful in getting the Futo to spawn.
  • In GTA IV, although the scooter shifts, it is clear that it has a CVT. Scooter CVT transmissions are stepless so making the transmission shift is an error.
  • This scooter can be used to easily gain the 'Wheelie Rider' achievement. Simply accelerate and lean back in moderation to make sure the back does not scrape on the ground.
  • In GTA IV, the player can reach unrealistically high speeds by leaning forward on the Faggio.
  • In GTA San Andreas, the Faggio's right turn blinker lights up as though it was a brake light, along with the actual brake light above it.
  • In GTA Liberty City Stories the Faggio has better acceleration and top speed than it does in other games (this only works if you push the left analog stick forward 1/4 from the middle).
  • In GTA Liberty City Stories Ned Burner owns a unique yellow Faggio that can be taken after killing him in Stop the Press.
  • The Faggio and Freeway are the only vehicles in GTA Vice City Stories that can have a black paintjob.
  • Before Update 1.06, the Faggio was manufactured by Pegassi. However, the manufacturer was then changed to Principe. This may be done because Lamborghini in real life does not create scooters.

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