Latest Issue

On sale 2nd January

There’s a lot of Fiat action in our latest issue. We kick off with a triple test of three generations of hot Fiat Punto, then back that up with a round-up of hot Fiats from around the world – how many have you heard of? Then a little Fiat-Abarth 595 forms part of a collection of amazing Italian racing cars. Speaking of which, the Alfa Romeo TZ and TZ2 racers have their story fully told, while our annual Autumn Motorsport Festival is reviewed. After 50 years hiding away in an Italian castle, surely the ultimate ‘barn find’ must be Count Volpi’s sensational trio of Serenissima GTs. We’ve also imported a rare Alfa 156 from Japan, driven the Lamborghini Urus on UK roads (and off them!), plus we have the full gen on Vignale’s extraordinary Ferrari 330 GT estate car. Bellissima!

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ALFA ROMEO TZ

Tubular chassis triumph from Zagato: TZ1 and TZ2


SERENISSIMA

Three long-forgotten Ferrari-rivalling GTs resurface after 50 years


TONY BEST COLLECTION

Racer and designer’s Ferrari 246 Dino F1 racer, 212 Inter, Alfa Romeo RL and Fiat-Abarth 595


FIAT PUNTO GROUP TEST

Three generations of hot Punto compared: Mk1 GT Turbo, Mk2 HGT & Mk3 Abarth Scorpione


SPORTY FIATS AROUND THE GLOBE

Little-known hot Fiats, from Brazil to India


ALFA ROMEO 156 V6 SPORTWAGON

We import a rare Alfa from Japan, and we think you should too


LAMBORGHINI URUS

First UK drive, both on and off road


FERRARI 330 GT 2+2 SHOOTING BRAKE

The very last Ferrari ever bodied by Vignale


PADOVA AUTO E MOTO D’EPOCA

Highlights of Italy’s largest classic car show


AUTUMN MOTORSPORT FESTIVAL

All the action from our Brooklands show


ZANDVOORT HISTORIC GRAND PRIX

Classic F1 and GT racing in Holland


OBSCURATI

Gio Ponti’s futuristic 1953 ‘Linea Diamante’ car is finally realised