Latest Issue

On sale 5th July

Looking for a great mix of stories on the best Italian cars? Here it is: this month’s issue is packed with a real variety of features on some of the most desirable cars ever to come out of Italy. Take the Ferrari 275 GTB, one of Maranello’s most achingly beautiful GTs – we have a full Collectors’ Guide this month. Or the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/TT/12, the sensational racer with a flat-12 engine that dominated World Sportscar racing in the mid-1970s. Or the Lancia Flaminia Zagato Sport, quite possibly Zagato’s most beautiful car ever. And the current supercar scene has a new hero, we reckon, after driving the mighty new Lamborghini Huracán Performante.

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Lamborghini Huracán Performante

On road and track in the latest lightweight Lambo

Fiat 500L facelift

After revisions inside and out, plus a new model – the 500L Cross – how much better is Fiat’s MPV?

Fiat Abarth Zagato 750

The story of two restored classics: ‘Double Bubble’ and Record Monza

Lancia Flaminia Zagato Sport

Is this Zagato’s finest ever design?

Alfa Romeo Police Cars

– Celebrating 65 years of police Alfas with every model used by the Carabinieri

Fiat Cinquecento Sporting

Testing two tuned Martini-liveried pocket rockets

Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/TT/12

The amazing story of Alfa’s flat-12 engined World Sportscar Champion

Pirelli Factory Visit

We head to Turin to see Pirelli and the Museo dell'Automobile

Abarth Day

All the action from Rockingham, plus other club events

Ferrari 275 GTB

Full Collectors’ Guide on one of the true 1960s greats


ESAP Minimach: little-known Italian-British mid-engined sports car