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Tragic - that’s the only way to describe Lancia’s inexplicable decision not to launch its wonderful Fulvia for the 2000s – and we have the full story this month, as well as two gorgeous 1970s Fulvia classics. In the Alfa Romeo camp, we compare the new Giulia TI with the 159 TI 1750 TBi, and revisit an underrated classic Alfa, the 2600 saloon. We’re big on Abarth this issue, with a visit to Abarth Days in Milan and a test of the new 695 70th edition. Fiat fans can revel in a time-warp 850T Camper and come with us on an epic Scottish adventure in a Fiat 500. Exotic? You can’t get much exotic than Luigi Colani’s Ferrari Testarossa and Lamborghini Miura, while Ray Hutton recalls visiting the Lamborghini factory to drive the Espada and Countach. Meanwhile, we assess the Maserati Indy, a bargain from the brand’s classic era. With loads of event coverage, from Silverstone to Supercar Sunday, it’s an action-packed issue that truly covers the full Italian car spectrum.

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ALFA ROMEO 159 TI VS GIULIA TI

‘Turismo Internazionale’ Alfa saloons go head to head


LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH & ESPADA

Remembering a factory test drive with Bob Wallace back in 1974


LANCIA FULVIA

Two ultra-rare special editions together: Fulvia Safari and Montecarlo


LANCIA FULVIETTA

How did Lancia miss the opportunity to launch its 21st century Fulvia?


ABARTH 695 70TH EDITION

Driving the latest new Abarth edition


ALFA ROMEO 2600

Alfa’s overlooked, and rather lovely, 2600 saloon


FIAT 500 ON NC500

Scotland’s North Coast 500 route in a Fiat 500


FIAT 850T CAMPER

Carry on camping, Italian style


MASERATI INDY

Full collectors’ guide on the classic era Maserati


LUIGI COLANI

We assess the wild wacky designer’s work on Italian cars, from Ferrari to Lamborghini


SUPERCAR SUNDAY

Historic Brooklands reverberates to the sound of supercars


SILVERSTONE CLASSIC

Italian cars in action on the circuit


ABARTH DAYS

We’re in Milan for two days of Abarth action


FIAT FREAKOUT

An American celebration of Turin metal


FERRARI OWNERS’ CLUB CONCOURS

The F40 was celebrated in style


OBSCURATI

The abortive De Tomaso P70 (aka 5000 Sport)