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Two really big new models make our headlines this month. First is the reinvention of an absolute icon: the all-new Fiat 500. And second is Alfa Romeo’s revival of the legendary GTA badge, which we’re more than a bit excited about. We review both the 500 and the Alfa Giulia GTA and GTAm in full. Another Alfa Giulia – the gorgeous GTC convertible – lines up against the Lancia Flavia Convertible in a 1960s drop-top duel. We also celebrate 70 years of the Lancia Aurelia and report on a whole gamut of fascinating Alfa Romeo Spider prototypes that never made production. If you’re after a starter modern Italian classic, we have a full run-down of our favourites that you can buy for less than £10,000. At the opposite extreme is a unique Ferrari BB 512 tuned in period by Koenig, while we also investigate how Italian car design conquered the world. Add in classic car show reports, book reviews and news of a Fiat Punto and Alfa Giulia QV arriving on our fleet, and it all adds up to another great month for Italian car fans.

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ALFA ROMEO GIULIA GTA/GTAm

A legendary badge makes a welcome comeback


ALFA GIULIA GTC V LANCIA FLAVIA CONVERTIBLE

Open-topped 1960s four-seaters back-to-back


FIAT 500 ELECTRIC

It’s finally here: the all-new all-electric Fiat 500 for 2020


BARGAIN MODERN CLASSICS

Italian starter classics for under £10,000


ALFA SPIDERS THAT COULD HAVE BEEN

Open-roof Alfas that never made production


LANCIA AURELIA AT 70

Celebrating Lancia’s pioneering V6 masterpiece


ITALIAN-DESIGNED CARS ABROAD

How Italian design conquered the world


FERRARI BB 512 BY KOENIG

On the road in a period-tuned supercar


AUTOMOTORETRO 2020

Turin’s superb classic and motorsport show


ITALIANS IN AMERICA

Review of the 2019 US show scene


TEAM CARS

Welcoming two new editorial cars: an Alfa Giulia QV and a Fiat Punto


OBSCURATI

Fantuzzi’s racing-style Ferrari 250 GT special