OSI, acronym for Officine Stampaggi Industriali (literally "Industrial Stampings Workshops") was a coachbuilding company founded in 1960 in Turin by former Ghia president Luigi Segre and Arrigo Olivetti, a manufacturer of automotive components. OSI was intended to be an independent design branch of Ghia's, focussing on niche efforts. Firstly, they produced Innocenti 950 Spider, Fiat 1300/1500 Familiare and 2300S Coupe mdoels. Famous designers Michelotti Hold and Tjaarda collaborate with OSI, as well. 1965 OSI together with Italian magazine Quattroruote presented a safety-car prototype Secura based on Fiat 1500 at Turin Motor Show.