Built from 1991 onwards, it looks like a fairly conventional sportsbike of the era. However, if you look at the other side:
The rest of the bike was a fairly conventional 125cc two stroke single with an electronic power valve. At that time, in a lot of European countries, 16 - 18 year olds were restricted to 125cc, but without any power restriction (UK was 12 bhp, later 15). So you can understand how attractive the 30 bhp Gilera was when compared to similar bikes from Aprilia, etc with 'conventional' front ends.
I don't think this was ever officially sold in the UK, although at least one made it here according to this article. How many were sold elsewhere I've no idea, but there are none currently for sale on Italian Ebay. This isn't really surprising as you don't expect a 30 bhp sportsbike bought by teenagers to have a very long life!