Bella R 150
Zundapp wanted to present a scooter during the scooter trend from Italy in the early 1950s. They were immensely popular in Italy and after some research, Zundapp came to the Milanese Moto Parilla. Moto Parilla had a progressive technical concept that was adopted by Zundapp. The name Bella was chosen because the buyer thought more about the sunny south.
The Bella scooter from 1953 was the first Zündapp with a swingarm rear fork. The Bella reached 80 km / h with its 150 cc. Normally, 125 cc was the norm for scooters of that period. Almost 18,000 copies were sold in three years. This first R150 had 7.3 hp and weighed 130 kg.