Latest Issue

On sale 2nd July

Did someone say Alfa Romeo is 110 years old this year? Well it’s time to celebrate with us as we nominate the best and most significant Alfas of all time. One of these has to be the new ‘Monster’ Giulia GTAm, whose back story we can tell direct from the horse’s mouth, thanks to an interview with the man who created the 540hp lightweight. We’ve also had the privilege of driving the last two Bugatti racing cars ever made, including the amazing EB110 Le Mans car. And we guarantee you’ll never have never seen a Ferrari collection like the one we have this month: almost 60 cars of huge historical significance. Small car lovers will appreciate our buyers’ guide of one of the best off-roaders in the world, the Fiat Panda 4x4/Cross, plus we have drag strip action in baby Abarths. We also report on an ultra-rare coachbuilt Lancia Aurelia B20 and Italian cars that managed to survive decades in production, against all odds.

Place Order

CLICK HERE FOR CONTENTS


ALFA ROMEO GIULIA GTA & GTAm

We interview Fabio Migliavacca, the man behind Alfa’s new 540hp ‘Monsters’


ALFA ROMEO AT 110

Our picks of the best and most significant Alfas from all eleven decades of the marque’s existence


THE FERRARI COLLECTOR

Inside the incredible Prancing Horse collection of Michal Korecký


BUGATTI EB110 RACERS

We drive Bugatti’s last ever racers, the Le Mans and IMSA EB110s


ITALIAN SURVIVORS

How did some Italian car designs last up to 50 years?


LANCIA AURELIA B20

Pichon-Parat: a true unicorn of the coachbuilding craft


FIAT PANDA 4X4 AND PANDA CROSS

Full buyers’ guide to Fiat’s third-gen Panda 4x4


CAVALLINO CLASSIC 2020

Report on Ferraris and more from Florida


ABARTH 595 & 695

Quarter-mile action from Santa Pod


READERS’ CARS

A unique mid-engined Alfa GTV and a wonderful Maserati collection


OBSCURATI

Mario Bellini’s bizarre Maserati-engined Kar-a-Sutra ‘love machine’