- Written by webmin
Had these two photos been uploaded to the Hemmings Nation Flickr pool by somebody other than Hugo90, we might have taken them for a Stan Mott Cyclops-style joke, but as it turns out, these were two actual concepts by the Marquis Piergirolamo Bargagli, produced under the name Urbanina, sometime between the mid 1960s and early 1970s. According to Georgano, Bargagli’s earliest concepts all used a simple platform powered by a 175cc two-stroke single-cylinder engine and fitted with one of several bodies, including a completely open body called the Primavera, a convertible called the Quattro Stagioni, and a coupe called the Invernale. Later versions used an Innocenti 198cc air-cooled two-stroke or a Bosch 24V 1kW electric motor. Hugo90 said he believes the two cars pictured to be the electric versions.