This odd-looking two seat fibreglass coupe was launched in Switzerland in 1954. The man behind the project was one Pierre de Toledo and the car is sometimes referred to as the Agea de Toledo. The square tube chassis frame accommodated a 721cc Crosley engine which was tuned to give, so it was claimed, 48 bhp. Suspension was by Fiat 500 transverse leaf springs front and rear although the live rear axle was from the Fiat 1100. Most unusually, transmission was via a Lancia Ardea five-speed gearbox. Very few were made and the project had collapsed within a year.