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As Alfa Romeo launches its new Stelvio, this month we go Alfa 4x4 crazy. First up, we drive Alfa’s first-ever SUV across the Alps towards the Stelvio Pass that gave it its name. In the wake of the Stelvio, we’re also celebrating Alfa Romeo’s rich 4x4 heritage with a five-way Alfa 4x4 feature. It proves that Alfa is no stranger to four-wheel drive, and also that it’s made some cracking all-wheel drive cars – genuine pearls like the 33 Permanent 4, 164 Q4, 155 Q4, 159 Q4 and Brera. One of those five really stands out as a sublime driver’s car – but which one? Find out this issue!

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Alfa Romeo 4x4s

five all-wheel drive Alfas compared, from 33 to Brera


Lamborghini Aventador S

extra power and four-wheel steering, but is the ‘S’ better overall?


Ferrari GTC4Lusso T

New V8 turbo power and two-wheel drive for Ferrari’s largest offering


Alfa Romeo Stelvio

we drive Alfa’s new SUV to the pass that gave it its name


Ferrari Panther NART

An estate car with a very big difference: glass gullwing doors


Alfa Romeo Spider 916

Profile of the perfect summer sports roadster


Maserati Quattroporte 5 vs 6

Two generations of power and elegance battle it out


Goodwood 75th Members’ Meeting

Italian success at the brilliant classic race meeting


Race Retro & London Classic Car Show/Historic Motorsport International

Show highlights


Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

The Italian stars of the 22nd US concours event


Obscurati

Murena 429GT: American V8 muscle meets Italian craft