Although all of them are low-volume cars [the Obvio was actually an idea for an urban car company that never was successful. It's a shame, their cars were interesting.], none of them are exactly kit cars. I understand the concept of a kit car as a car you can buy with missing parts for lower price, so you can complete assembly [or even assembly it completely] at home, at your garage...none of the models stated by them can be bought this way.
Lobini has low volume of cars, they were built with VW engine and fiberglass body, but weren't exactly kit cars. There are some pics in my gallery; I already explained about the Obvio; TAC Motors builds a very nice jeep-like 4WD called "Stark"; And Vito makes the San Vito, another car like the Lobini.