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Alfa Romeo’s carbon-chassis 4C is a true junior supercar – but does it have the potential to become a senior supercar? We find out in an exclusive test of Alfaworks’ new 4C 410, a 2.0-litre conversion with 410hp that elevates it to a completely new plane of performance. Alfa fans will also delight in an Alfetta GTV drive through the Scottish Highlands, plus a rundown of the most popular Alfas of all time. We have a couple of amazing private collections this month, too: seven front-engined Ferrari V12s from seven different decades, and a major Lancia Delta rally collection. We revel in a drive of Zagato’s Bristol 406S one-off and reveal – exclusively – how an Italian-designed range of Bristols would have looked, had they made production. An intimate interview with Edgardo Michelotti, a back-to-back comparison of two early Fiat 1100s and a blast in Maserati’s latest Levante Trofeo round off another dreamy month of Italian car goodness.

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FERRARI V12 COLLECTION

Seven manual V12s from seven different decades


ALFA ROMEO 4C 410 BY ALFAWORKS

A tuned 2.0-litre 410hp stealth supercar


ALFA ROMEO’S BEST SELLERS

Alfasud, 33, 156... What are the top-selling Alfas?


ALFETTA GTV ON HIGHLAND 1000 RALLY

Around Scotland in an Alfa Romeo GTV


LANCIA DELTA COLLECTION

Rallying stars visited in Tuscany


FIAT 1100 BERLINA & TRASFORMABILE

Two very early Fiat 1100s side by side


MICHELOTTI INTERVIEW

Edgardo Michelotti on design and his father


BRISTOL 406S ZAGATO

Delightful one-off made in Milan


ITALIAN BRISTOLS

Exclusive: Italian-designed ‘new era’ Bristols


MASERATI LEVANTE TROFEO

580hp V8 leviathan on test


BOOK REVIEWS

All the latest Italian car titles in the spotlight


OBSCURATI

Ghia’s sharp-suited AC Shelby Cobra Spider GT